Honeybadger with YAML

YAML parameters for Honeybadger

You can find the list with common parameters for all Buddy actions here.

NameTypeDescription
action
Required
StringThe ID of the action.
type
Required
StringThe type of the action. Should be set to HONEYBADGER.
application_name
Required
StringThe name of the Honeybadger application.
environment
Required
StringThe Honeybadger environment.
integration_id
Required
IntegerThe ID of the integration.
token
Required
StringThe Honeybadger token.
trigger_conditionStringDefines when the build action should be run. Can be one of ALWAYS, ON_CHANGE, ON_CHANGE_AT_PATH, VAR_IS, VAR_IS_NOT or VAR_CONTAINS.
trigger_condition_pathsString[]Required when trigger_condition is set to ON_CHANGE_AT_PATH.
trigger_variable_keyStringRequired when trigger_condition is set to VAR_IS, VAR_IS_NOT or VAR_CONTAINS. Defines the name of the desired variable.
trigger_variable_valueStringRequired when trigger_condition is set to VAR_IS, VAR_IS_NOT or VAR_CONTAINS. Defines the value of the desired variable which will be compared with its current value.
disabledBooleanWhen set to true the action is disabled. By default it is set to false.
variablesVariable[]The list of variables defined for this action.

YAML example for Honeybadger

actions:
- action: "Honeybadger notification"
type: "HONEYBADGER"
trigger_time: "ON_EVERY_EXECUTION"
application_name: "Sample Application"
environment: "linux"
token: "84d1122d"
integration_id: 1
variables:
- key: "ftp_login"
value: "userLogin123"
description: "The name of user to FTP."
- key: "ftp_password"
value: "secure!14ivLMxPgv7TX6c9+ITX/g=="
encrypted: true
description: "The password for ftp."