AWS CodeBuild
User Guide (API Version 2016-10-06)

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View a List of Build IDs for a Build Project in AWS CodeBuild

You can use the AWS CodeBuild console, AWS CLI, or AWS SDKs to view a list of build IDs for a build project in AWS CodeBuild.

View a List of Build IDs for a Build Project (Console)

  1. Open the AWS CodeBuild console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/codebuild/.

  2. In the navigation pane, choose Build projects. In the list of build projects, in the Name column, choose the build project.

Note

By default, only the most recent 100 builds or build projects are displayed. To view more builds or build projects, choose the gear icon, and then choose a different value for Builds per page or Projects per page or use the back and forward arrows.

View a List of Build IDs for a Build Project (AWS CLI)

For more information about using the AWS CLI with AWS CodeBuild, see the Command Line Reference.

Run the list-builds-for-project command, as follows:

aws codebuild list-builds-for-project --project-name project-name --sort-order sort-order --next-token next-token

In the preceding command, replace the following placeholders:

  • project-name: Required string used to indicate the name of the build project to list builds IDs for. To get a list of build projects, see View a List of Build Project Names (AWS CLI).

  • sort-order: Optional string used to indicate how to list the build IDs. Valid values include ASCENDING and DESCENDING.

  • next-token: Optional string. During a previous run, if there were more than 100 items in the list, only the first 100 items are returned, along with a unique string called next token. To get the next batch of items in the list, run this command again, adding the next token to the call. To get all of the items in the list, keep running this command with each subsequent next token that is returned, until no more next tokens are returned.

For example, if you run this command similar to this:

aws codebuild list-builds-for-project --project-name codebuild-demo-project --sort-order ASCENDING

A result like the following might appear in the output:

{ "nextToken": "4AEA6u7J...The full token has been omitted for brevity...MzY2OA==", "ids": [ "codebuild-demo-project:9b175d16-66fd-4e71-93a0-50a08EXAMPLE" "codebuild-demo-project:a9d1bd09-18a2-456b-8a36-7d65aEXAMPLE" ... The full list of build IDs has been omitted for brevity ... "codebuild-demo-project:fe70d102-c04f-421a-9cfa-2dc15EXAMPLE" ] }

If you run this command again:

aws codebuild list-builds-for-project --project-name codebuild-demo-project --sort-order ASCENDING --next-token 4AEA6u7J...The full token has been omitted for brevity...MzY2OA==

You might see a result like the following in the output:

{ "ids": [ "codebuild-demo-project:98253670-7a8a-4546-b908-dc890EXAMPLE" "codebuild-demo-project:ad5405b2-1ab3-44df-ae2d-fba84EXAMPLE" ... The full list of build IDs has been omitted for brevity ... "codebuild-demo-project:f721a282-380f-4b08-850a-e0ac1EXAMPLE" ] }

View a List of Build IDs for a Build Project (AWS SDKs)

For more information about using AWS CodeBuild with the AWS SDKs, see the AWS SDKs and Tools Reference.