how to pass parameters to bamboo plan through rest client like postman

I want to send multiple parameters to build a plan in bamboo through rest client like POSTMAN but not via query parameter 

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Hello Pushkar,

Thank you for your inquire.

Please, find below how to trigger a build (with overwrite variable or creating variable) using POSTMAN:

postman.authorization.png

postman.headers.png

Overwrite variable "bamboo.myVar"

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In PROJ-PLAN under "Plan configuration >> Variables", there is the following variable defined:

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When running POSTMAN, the variable's value will be overwritten to "POSTMAN"

command	16-Dec-2015 12:50:02	Substituting variable: ${bamboo.myVar} with POSTMAN

 

Create variable "bamboo.variable.createdVar"

postman.body.createVar.png

When running POSTMAN, the variable "createdVar" will be created.

command	16-Dec-2015 13:08:02	Substituting variable: ${bamboo.createdVar} with POSTMAN

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Thank you for your understanding.

Kind regards,
Rafael P. Sperafico
Atlassian Support

Thank you so much Raefel that worked for me, but I did bamboo.variable.variable_name then it worked with bamboo.variable_name it was creating a new metadata.And I will really appreciate if you can send me simple json i.e. without body type as X-www-form-urlencoded

Bruno Rosa Atlassian Team Dec 29, 2015

Pushkar, I'll outline the steps you need to take to send the POST request using JSON instead of X-www-form-urlencoded below. Following the same steps that Rafael already mentioned, you just have to make a few modifications: 1. In the second screenshot, in the "Headers" tab. Add the following Header: Content-Type and the following Value: application/json. 2. In the third screenshot, in the "Body" tab. Select the raw option and from the drop-down button select JSON (application/json). 3. Inside the script body, use the following code to override an existing variable: { "bamboo.myVar":["POSTMAN"] } OR use the following to add/create a new variable: { "bamboo.variable.createdVar":["POSTMAN"] } Hope this helps.

Thanks a lot Bruno , that's what i required

hey Bruno it worked for me but can you please tell me why it is in [] I mean is it a multi -value stuff

Hello Pushkar, It has been implemented (source-code) that way.

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