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Issue with bamboo api calls

When we are trying to make api calls to bamboo we get the following response


curl -k 'https://bambooxxxxxxx/rest/api/latest/deploy/project/all' -u username:password


<title>Internal server error</title>
<meta name="decorator" content="install" />

<h1>Internal server error</h1>

<h4>Go to...</h4>
<li><a href="/">Site homepage</a></li>
A system error has occurred - our apologies!
Please create a problem report on our <b>support system</b> at <a href=""></a> with the following information:
<ol class="standard">
<li>a description of your problem and what you were doing at the time it occurred
<li>cut &amp; paste the error and system information found below
<li>attach the <strong>atlassian-bamboo.log</strong> log file found in your application home.
We will respond as promptly as possible.<br/>Thank you!

<b>Version:</b> 6.9.1<br>
<b>Build:</b> 60910<br>
<b>Build Date:</b> 04 Jun 2019

<h4>Request information:</h4>
<ul class="standard">
<li>Request URL: https://bambooxxxxxx/500.action</li>
<li>Scheme: https</li>
<li>Port: 443</li>
<li>URI: /500.action</li>
<li>Context path: </li>
<li>Servlet path: /500.action</li>
<li>Path info: </li>
<li>Query string: </li>

<b>Stack Trace:</b>


java.lang.IllegalStateException: XSRF: A mutative operation was attempted on InternalMembership within a non-mutative HTTP request: https://bambooxxxxx/rest/api/latest/deploy/ : [null]-&gt;
-&gt;[[386695185, 328237456, GROUP_USER, GROUP, KeyLight_Access, keylight_access, , 2021-01-21 11:20:59.162,$HibernateProxy$xJR7flyF@4db106e7[lowerName=crowd repository,description=


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Steffen Opel _Utoolity_
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Jan 23, 2021 • edited

This seems to be related to an XSRF bug that has by chance just been fixed and published in Bamboo 7.2.2 yesterday:

If you are unable to upgrade to Bamboo 7.2.2 right away, the issue lists two workarounds:

Workaround 1

Use Personal Access Tokens to authenticate with the API instead:

Workaround 2

Login as the user via the UI so that updates are performed. REST calls will now work until theres another change to the user or their group membership.

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