Tutorial: Bamboo Java Specs stored in Bitbucket Server
This guide will show you how you can store Bamboo Specs in a Git repository on Bitbucket Server. This approach lets you automatically build and execute Bamboo Specs on every push you make to a Git repository.
Before you begin
Make sure you have the required software installed.
- Set up an application link between Bamboo and Bitbucket Server. See Integrating Bamboo with Bitbucket Server.
- If you're not familiar with Bamboo Specs, make sure you read our introductory tutorial: Create a simple plan with Bamboo Java Specs.
Step 1: Create a Git repository in Bitbucket Sever and clone it locally
- In Bitbucket Server, open the Projects page.
- Click Create project.
Bamboofor project name and key and click Create project.
- Click Create repository.
- Give your new repository the name
tutorialand click Create repository.
You've just created a new empty repository. Use the git clone command to create a clone on your computer. For example:
git clone http://admin@localhost:7990/scm/bamboo/tutorial.git
Step 2: Create a linked repository in Bamboo
- Open Bamboo and go to > Linked repositories.
- Click Add repository.
- Select a Bitbucket Server / Stash repository type.
- Choose a name for your repository.
- From the Server drop-down, select your Bitbucket Server.
- In the Web repository section, select the
Bamboo / tutorialrepository from the Web repository drop-down.
- Click Save repository.
Your new repository is created and you can start using it in Bamboo.
Step 3: Enable processing of Bamboo Specs in your repository
By default Bamboo will not look for Bamboo Specs in the Git repository until your explicitly tell it to do so. Let's do it now:
- Go to Linked repositories.
Select your repository.
In the Bamboo Specs tab, enable Scan for Bamboo Specs.
In this tutorial we simply grant access to all projects in the Bamboo instance. You can fine-tune project access. See .Enabling repository-stored Bamboo Specs v6.2.
Now, Bamboo is ready to execute Bamboo Specs when the relevant code it committed to the repository. Let's create some code.
Step 4: Create Bamboo Specs project using Maven
Go to the empty Git repository you cloned in step 1:
Use the Maven archetype to create a project template. For the purpose of this tutorial, type:
Note: You must create Bamboo Specs in the
bamboo-specsdirectory, under the repository root.
mvn archetype:generate -B \ -DarchetypeGroupId=com.atlassian.bamboo -DarchetypeArtifactId=bamboo-specs-archetype \ -DarchetypeVersion=6.2.1 \ -DgroupId=com.my.company -DartifactId=bamboo-specs \ -Dversion=1.0.0-SNAPSHOT -Dpackage=com.my.company
Your project is created. You can open it in an IDE, such as Eclipse or IDEA, if you want to see how the project is set up. For more information on the code structure, take a look at Tutorial: Create a simple plan with Bamboo Specs.
Step 5: Commit and push code changes to Bitbucket Server
bamboo-specsdirectory to VCS and push changes to the server:
git add bamboo-specs git commit -m "Initial commit of Bamboo Specs" git push
As soon as you push your code changes to Bitbucket Server, Bamboo will get notified about a new commit available.
Bamboo will checkout your project, compile it and execute Bamboo Specs in a sandbox environment.
Execution of Bamboo Specs will create or update configuration of plans or deployment projects accordingly.
Step 6: Check to see if the plan was created
- Open your Bamboo instance.
- From the header, select Build > All build plans.
Open the project and plan you've just created.
All configuration options are disabled because entire plan configuration is now managed by Bamboo Specs from your Bitbucket repository.
Click Run plan to execute the build.
Find the "Hello World!" message in the logs.
Regardless whether your Bamboo Specs were processed successfully or not, you'll receive an email with status of you your Bamboo Specs execution.
Here are some resources that can help you with writing your own Bamboo Specs: