This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Configuring source code management triggers for Subversion
I'm trying to set up a remote trigger for my plan from our Subversion server.
Documentation says the post-commit script must contain the following line:
/path-to-your-bamboo-installation/scripts/svn-triggers/postCommitBuildTrigger.sh base-url BUILD-KEY
But this suggest that the Subversion server is on the same machine than Bamboo. If I try typing the absolute path to the script in another machine, of course the script answers saying it can't find the path specified.
How to target the postCommitBuildTrigger.sh from another server?
How about running ssh remotely?
ssh user:pwd@bambooserver '
/path-to-your-bamboo-installation/scripts/svn-triggers/postCommitBuildTrigger.sh base-url BUILD-KEY'
Of course, it's better to generate a trusted relationship between the servers, so use
ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 2048
(check the ssh manual)
Windows, heh? Nevermind, use OpenSSH or cygwin (that beast is nice too). Open SSH may be easier to set up, though.
Uh-oh! I just realized you will need a cygwin anyway (it's a sh) on that Windows.
Thanks for your answer !
I forgot to tell that I'm running all under Windows...
Answer to EDIT2: there is a postCommitBuildTrigger.py in the same folder under Bamboo installation. It seems to be doing the same stuff. Maybe I can target this one instead.
Thank you for your inquire.
If you are using a remote SVN server, copy file "atlassian-bamboo/repositoryScripts/svn-triggers/postCommitBuildTrigger.sh" to the SVN repository .../hook/post-commit folder so that the postCommitBuildTrigger.sh file can be accessible from post-commit trigger file.
Edit the Subversion repository's
hooks/post-commit trigger file with something like:
See below for more information about the scripts. Please refer to Configuring source code management triggers for Subversion.
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Rafael P. Sperafico
Yes, in this case you would be using the Python version instead (.py). Please, make sure you have Python installed and available to your system in the PATH environment variable.
You will notice postCommitBuildTrigger.py has a script written and an example on how to use it.
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