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Unable to Create application link between Bamboo & Bitbucket

Hi Team,

We are not able to add the Repo when we choose Bitbucket Server as Repository Host in Bamboo whereas it works when we choose GIT . In Bamboo v6.0+ there is an option which allows the Build to be triggered on the Pull request

For this to happen, we need to create an application link between Bamboo & Bitbucket server.As per the application matrix published by Atlassian, we won’t be able to create an application link between our versions (Bamboo v6.4 & Bitbucket server v5.9). Please refer to the below link for further reference

If we Upgrade our Bamboo to v6.5 , will we be able to create the application link Between Bamboo & Bitbucket. 

Also, why do we get the below error when we choose Bitbucket server as the the Host Repo. Is that due to Application linking or is it due to any network restriction. Could you please help us with the analysis we can do to check this

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Please, checkout this article


Hope it helps


Gonchik Tsymzhitov

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