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I’ve got a question about Jira and Bitbucket. Currently, we’re working on a migration to Jira Cloud. However, we have three different Bitbucket workspaces, and we don’t want to merge them. Is it possible that 1 Jira cloud communicates with different Bitbucket workspaces?
Additional to that, I’d like to know if you can choose per Jira Project to which Bitbucket workspaces it’s linked.
Thanks for your help!
Hey @Lisa Driesse
Yes, a single Jira instance can be installed with multiple Bitbucket Workspaces.
That said, we don't have the option to select which project to share with which Workspace. Once the integration is installed, the whole Workspace can link with any of your Jira projects as long as the correct Jira issue key is input in the commit via Smart commit.
Hi @Syahrul ,
Thanks for helping us with this topic.
Please your advice on the following use case;
* Users from Jira project A need to work with BB Workspace A, but users from Jira project B should not see any content from BB Workspace A (from data security point of view).
Since you can't select which project to share with which Workspace, how do I make sure content/data of Workspaces remains private to users from a certain Jira project.
Hey @Tom Braat
Link and access are entirely different so you can link multiple Workspaces with a single Jira instance. However, when the user wishes to access the data, it still falls under your Jira project and Bitbucket permission.
Given the above example, you have three users with access to Project A, and out of three, only two have access to Workspace A. So the user that doesn't have Workspace A permission can only see the Jira Project A, but the user won't see any data from Bitbucket Workspace A, and the other two users can see the data.
If two users have permission to access Jira Project B, they won't be able to view Jira Project A because they don't have access.
I hope this helps.