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Endpoint

http
GET /unified/ci-cd/jobs
Integrations supported
  • Azure DevOps
  • CircleCI
  • GitHub
  • Travis CI

Query parameters

Refer Specifying query parameters in Truto APIs

integrated_account_id
string · uuid
REQUIRED · The ID of the integrated account to use for the request.
Example: 62f44730-dd91-461e-bd6a-aedd9e0ad79d
truto_response_format
string
The format of the response. Defaults to `unified`. `unified` will return the response with unified mappings applied. `raw` will return the raw response from the remote API. `normalized` will apply the unified mappings and return the data in a normalized format.
All possible enum values:
  • unified
  • raw
  • normalized
Example: unified
truto_key_by
string
By default the `result` attribute is an array of objects. This parameter allows you to specify a field in each `result` objects to use as key, which transforms the `result` array into an object with the array items keyed by the field. This is useful for when you want to use the result as a lookup table.
Example: id
truto_ignore_limit
boolean
Ignores the `limit` query parameter.
truto_ignore_remote_data
boolean
Excludes the `remote_data` attribute from the response.
truto_exclude_fields
array
Array of fields to exclude from the response.
Example: truto_exclude_fields[]=id&truto_exclude_fields[]=name
remote_query
object
Query parameters to pass to the underlying API without any transformations.
Example: remote_query[foo]=bar
owner
The slug of the owner on Github.
Required in
  • GitHub
repo_id
The slug of the repository on Github.
Required in
  • GitHub
build_id
string
Integration specific notes
  • GitHubThe unique identifier for the build.
  • Travis CIThe ID of the build.
  • CircleCIThe ID of the build.
  • Azure DevOpsThe unique identifier for build.
Required in
  • Azure DevOps
  • CircleCI
  • GitHub
  • Travis CI
workspace_id
string
The unique identifier for the workspace
Required in
  • Azure DevOps

Response Body

result
object[]
List of Jobs
id
string
REQUIRED · The unique identifier for the job
Supported in
  • Azure DevOps
  • CircleCI
  • GitHub
  • Travis CI
name
string
The name of the job
Supported in
  • Azure DevOps
  • CircleCI
  • GitHub
build
string
The build of the job
Supported in
  • CircleCI
  • GitHub
  • Travis CI
status
string
The status of the job - queued, in_progress, completed or the raw response from the API
Supported in
  • Azure DevOps
  • CircleCI
  • GitHub
  • Travis CI
conclusion
string
The conclusion of the job - passed, failed, cancelled, timeout, skipped, retried, partial or the raw response from the API
Supported in
  • Azure DevOps
  • CircleCI
  • GitHub
  • Travis CI
commit
string
The commit of the job
Supported in
  • GitHub
  • Travis CI
branch
string
The head branch of the job
Supported in
  • GitHub
  • Travis CI
attempts
integer
The number of attempts for the job
Supported in
  • GitHub
created_at
string · date-time
The date and time when the job was created
Supported in
  • CircleCI
  • GitHub
  • Travis CI
updated_at
string · date-time
The date and time when the job was last updated
Supported in
  • Azure DevOps
  • CircleCI
  • GitHub
  • Travis CI
started_at
string · date-time
The date and time when the job started
Supported in
  • Azure DevOps
  • CircleCI
  • GitHub
  • Travis CI
completed_at
string · date-time
The date and time when the job completed
Supported in
  • Azure DevOps
  • CircleCI
  • GitHub
  • Travis CI
remote_data
object
Raw data returned from the remote API call.
next_cursor
string
The cursor to use for the next page of results. Pass this value as `next_cursor` in the query parameter in the next request to get the next page of results.