I've install the Visual Studio connector and it all works great, apart from one thing. When I open up the results of a Bamboo build, it shows that it failed to load the build logs from the server, and this is caused by a 404 (not found).
Here's the full exception:
The remote server returned an error: (404) Not Found. System.Net.WebException at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.GetResponse() at Atlassian.plvs.api.bamboo.rest.RestSession.getQueryResultStream(String endpoint, Boolean setBasicAuth) at Atlassian.plvs.api.bamboo.rest.RestSession.getBuildLog(String logUrl) at Atlassian.plvs.api.bamboo.BambooServerFacade.<>c__DisplayClass1c.<getBuildLog>b__1b() at Atlassian.plvs.api.bamboo.BambooServerFacade.wrapExceptions[T](RestSession session, Wrapped`1 wrapped) at Atlassian.plvs.api.bamboo.BambooServerFacade.getBuildLog(BambooServer server, String logUrl) at Atlassian.plvs.ui.bamboo.BuildDetailsPanel.getLogRunner()
The same exception is shown on my local test setup as well.
* Windows 7 64-bit
* Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8
* Bamboo version 5.3 build 4101
* Other tomcat instances are running but on different ports
* Bamboo ports are 7007 (shutdown) and 7085 (connector)
The file is available in .../xml-data/builds/[JOB]-[JOB]-JOB1/download-data/build-logs/
Should it be somewhere else? Would it help to create a script task in the build job to copy the log file anywhere else?
Or are there any other solutions or workarounds already?
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