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Jenkins JOB ID in pipe: atlassian/jenkins-job-trigger:0.1.2

Hello Team,

We are integrating Bitbucket with Jenkins and using the pipe.

Is there a way to pull the Job ID once the execution is completed so that i can construct the URL and put it in Bitbucket CI console output.

pipe: atlassian/jenkins-job-trigger:0.1.2





              JOB_NAME: 'job/$MY_JOB_NAME/job/main'

              WAIT: 'true'

              WAIT_MAX_TIME: 500

              Debug: 'true'


Here once everything runs i am getting the Job {jobID} is triggered. But i need to get this JOB ID in a separate variable so that i can construct the URL and echo that in BB CI


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Igor Stoyanov
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Sep 23, 2022

@Sarath Nagarajan  hi. First of all, please use the latest version of the pipe.


We have no clarification of Job ID in our pipe. We use build number of the job, is this what you need to construct your url?

Answering to your question, you could create your custom pipe based on jenkins-job-trigger, where you could fetch  this url  into some file as artifact, and after this parse artifact for your needed data.

Will this cover your case?

Guide of how to create your custom pipe

Regards, Igor

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