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Add more projects to scriptrunner merge check via REST API

Hello. I've created a merge check in global context in Bitbucket scriptrunner and added a single project to it via web-interface. But for our pipeline we need to add this merge check to many projects, preferably - automatically. I would personally like to do it via some REST API if scriptrunner has on. My question is:
Is it possible to add projects to global merge check automatically, preferably with REST API requests?

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Hi @Никита Макаренко ,

I am the Product Manager for ScriptRunner for Bitbucket.

We don't currently support a REST API. However if you, for example, check the Network tab of the Developer Tools of your browser, when manually editing a merge check, you will see a REST Request that was POSTED with details of the merge check, including the projects and repos configured.

Using those details you could try and automate that REST Request.

Please note, this is not a public REST API and so could change at any time.

Please let me know if this helps answer your question?

Kind regards,

Robert Giddings,

Product Manager, ScriptRunner for Bitbucket

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