I am running an instance of Confluence and Bamboo.
Confluence, currently, is publishing my releases to my customers (i.e. The customer is visiting a page on Confluence to get the last build), and Bamboo is running my auto-builds and tests.
Ultimately what I want is for Bamboo to publish a valid build to Confluence or for Confluence to link to the last successful build done by Bamboo.
Is there anyway to do this efficiently?
This won't work for me, as I can't link to a specific file. I have Bamboo keep track of the build-number by embedding them in the file (it is necessary for storing testing artifacts to link them in that manner for any independent/manual verification of testing).
I would expect this to be a pretty simple task, but I am having difficulty finding out how to do it.
Would it be possible for you to use the Bamboo plan gadget in Confluence? Using an application link between the two you can configure the gadget to show the latest build results for any specified builds (with links back to Bamboo). I believe the only issue here would be that it's not setup to show the latest build and not the last successful.
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