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Bitbucket Pipelines - 'Something went wrong' - 500 console error


I am trying to get a Pipeline on my Angular project. I have admin access to the repo. I started simple, just trying to commit the default JS template. When I try, I get a 'Something went wrong' message, and 500 errors in the console. 

I tried a yaml validator, the default template is fine. Checked Bitbucket servers, they seem to be up.

Has anyone else experienced this?

Thank you for your time.



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I'm also experiencing the error when trying to enable pipelines

I am also seeing this. I have even tried manually committing the file but have had no such look enabling the pipeline or getting bitbucket to register that there is a file already

Strange. I was able to manually commit a bitbucket-pipelines.yml file (in the root of my project) with the default JS template, and it worked. Once it was part of the project, when I visited Pipelines in my repo, I could see it running.

I never understood why I was getting a 500 server error.

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