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Bamboo can send notifications about build results to HipChat so you can find out immediately about the success or failure of your builds.

You get Bamboo notifications in your chat room for events such as:

  • when a build passes or fails
  • when you are assigned responsibility for a breaking build
  • when a build you are responsible for has been fixed
  • when a manual stage of a build is ready to be run
  • when a deployment starts, and completes

...and many other notification events.

You can configure Bamboo to send notifications to rooms whether they're hosted by Atlassian on hipchat.com, or by your own organization's HipChat Server instance:

 

Configure Bamboo plans to send notifications to a room in hipchat.com

To get notifications in rooms hosted by Atlassian on hipchat.com:

  1. Sign up for a HipChat account.
  2. Set up plan notifications in Bamboo that use the 'HipChat' Recipient type.

Note that Bamboo does not yet support using HipChat as a global IM server. HipChat can only be used in the plan notifications area as shown here:

Configure Bamboo plans to send notifications to your HipChat server

You can get Bamboo plan notifications in rooms hosted by your own organization's HipChat Server instance.

Currently this requires a workaround, but will be baked into Bamboo in a not-to-distant release.

  1. Create a redirect in the /etc/hosts file on the server running Bamboo. The redirect should point api.hipchat.com to the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) for your organization's HipChat server.
  2. Set up plan notifications in Bamboo that use the 'HipChat' Recipient type.

For more information about setting up your own HipChat server, see System Requirements for Hipchat Server.

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