Bamboo Responsibility Process

At the moment the Responible user function works on a per build basis.

Is there anyway to assign someone to a specific failing task and have that user responsible until a task passes?

Essentially this is building a process around responsible users and how to manage issues.

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Hello John,

I think you can configure this by using the pre-post build command runner:

Have you tried it already?

I looked at that plugin recently but it didn't support v5.3 but I now I see that it does; which is a pleasant surprise :)

I'll install the plugin and implement a process around that.

Thanks very much Sepideh.

Sepideh or John, Did either of you get this working? I can't get the Bamboo variables into the curl command. It creates a ticket with the variable names and not the actually variables. {code} curl -D- -X POST -u "bamboo_user":"password" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d '{ "fields": { "project": { "key": "BBT" }, "summary": "${bamboo.planName} - ${bamboo.buildNumber}", "description": "Link to the failed build:\n${bamboo.resultsUrl}", "issuetype": { "name": "Issue" }}}' {code} Thanks

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Hello John,

Are you breaking your tasks into stages? How are you planning to retrive the specific task that caused the build to fail to assign a user to it? Can you please provide more details bout what you are trying to achieve and the use case scenario for this?




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Hi Sepideh

I think the simplest way to put it is; how can I assign someone to a failing Job and have that Responsibility persist thru builds until that Job passes?

Is there a way to create a Jira issue automatically once Responsibility has been assigned?

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