Bitbucket Server plugin: atlassian-plugin.xml variables

Hi.

 

In the atlassian-plugin.xml, some variables are available to inject some data. By default, for example, the following are included:

${atlassian.plugin.key}
${project.name}
${project.organization.url}

I would like to inject some information such as:

- the currently logged user,

- the ID of the currently displayed pull request,

- the ID of the related project

 

I have heard of some syntax like

${user.User}
${authcontext.loggedInUser.name}
${profileUser.name}

however none of these variables work. By trial and error I managed to find ${user.name}, which outputs something but not what I need.

Is there any place where a complete list of available variables can be found?

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Hi Jean,

For questions like this one, you might want to go to our Developer Community. There you'll find developers, product experts and vendors that will be able to help you with this :)

Cheers,

Ana

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