In order to build a repository from the specified input and tag the build with custom tags, users can use requestRepoBuild endpoint. It takes the following data:
archive_url parameter should point to tar or zip archive that includes the Dockerfile and other required files for the build. The
file_id parameter was apart of our older build system. It cannot be used anymore. If Dockerfile is in a sub-directory it needs to be specified as well. The archive should be publicly accessible. OAuth app should have "Administer Organization" scope because only organization admins have access to the robots account tokens. Otherwise, someone could get robot permissions by simply granting a build access to a robot (without having access themselves), and use it to grab the image contents.
In case of errors, check the json block returned and ensure the archive location, pull robot, and other parameters are being passed correctly. Click "Download logs" on the top-right of the individual build's page to check the logs for more verbose messaging.