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Unable to add new repositories Edited

Heyho,

I'm unable to add new repositories, whether they are linked or plan ones. On top of that, I'm unable to edit existing ones. When clicking the save button, the wheel just keeps spinning and the repository won't be saved. The logs show zero errors, but some REST-requests containing the name of the new repository.

When I trigger a build, the existing repositories get checked out with no problems. In the configuration menu it shows the existing branches and repositories, so it's not a problem with the connection to the bitbucket server

Any suggestions?

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Foong Atlassian Team Sep 07, 2018

Is there any proxy server in front of Bamboo? If yes, check if proxy setting is added to Bamboo server.xml like the following example:

<Connector port="8085" 
     protocol="HTTP/1.1"
     connectionTimeout="20000"
     useBodyEncodingForURI="true"
     redirectPort="443"
     compression="on"
     compressableMimeType="text/html,text/xml,text/plain,text/css,application/json,application/javascript,application/x-javascript"
     secure="true"
     scheme="https"
     proxyName="mycompany.com" 
     proxyPort="443" />

Does the problem happen if Bamboo is accessed without proxy server, example: http://localhost:8085

Securing Bamboo with Apache using SSL

The logs show zero errors, but some REST-requests containing the name of the new repository.

Does it have the following example log when creating Linked repository?

2018-09-07 22:44:20,740 INFO [http-nio-8085-exec-21] [AccessLogFilter] kahloun.foong POST http://localhost:8085/admin/createLinkedRepository.action 483123kb

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