May 22, 2023, 9:09am
I want to use the CI_PIPELINE_IID variable for a build version in my project, and I need to be able to use this variable to go back to the commit where it was generated. Is there a way to use this variable to go back to the specific pipeline/commit where it was generated?
We use that variable for our build numbers as well. You can see it if you go to
CI/CD > Pipelines and then select
Pipeline IID from the dropdown menu on the top right side:
Unfortunately, it seems like you cannot filter pipelines by that number, at least not via UI - perhaps you could look up if it’s supported by API directly.
Hope this helps!
May 23, 2023, 8:25am
This is very helpful. Is there a way to search for it? I see that I can only find it manually
No, I think there is currently no way to search for it. I checked the API as well, only Pipeline ID would work.
But, you could write yourself a script for it, if it really matters. You could fetch all pipelines from
maybe even filter by source/something to narrow it down and then go through results checking which one matches the IID and print out the commit sha