I need to do a git diff between the current branch and the last pipeline completed successfully in the master branch. I use the following query to get the last pipeline completed succesfully
&q=(state.name = "COMPLETED" AND state.result.name = "SUCCESSFUL")
that translates to the following URL encoded string
While the other query fields do work, it seems that the query filter q=(state.name = "COMPLETED" AND state.result.name = "SUCCESSFUL") does not have any effect.
Please advise what query I must use to get the last successfully completed pipeline in the master branch.
Hi @Adrian Moica,
I'm afraid that filtering does not work with Pipelines API endpoint. You may be able to filter the results using another tool that filters JSON data, like jq, and then use the following API endpoint to trigger a pipelines build:
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