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BITBUCKET REST api TAG query not giving back the result

I am trying to access git tags with curl command.

The output of git tag -l is the following


[nlakshmi@ROSELCDV0002EXO cool]$ git tag -l *3.10.1.72*
pcv-3.10.1.72-iat1-1
pcv-3.10.1.72-iat1-2
pcv-3.10.1.72-iat1-3
pcv-3.10.1.72-prod2-1
pcv-3.10.1.72-prod2-2
pcv-3.10.1.72-prod2-3
pcv-3.10.1.72-prod2-4
pcv-3.10.1.72-prod2-5
pcv-3.10.1.72-uat1-1

Howver I can do the filtering with git tag and I can do only

[nlakshmi@ROSELCDV0002EXO cool]$ git tag -l *3.10.1.72*iat*
pcv-3.10.1.72-iat1-1
pcv-3.10.1.72-iat1-2
pcv-3.10.1.72-iat1-3

===========================================

I try to use the REST API to get the list of tags with the following URL


[nlakshmi@ROSELCDV0002EXO puppet-config-values]$ curl -sk 'https://mybitbucket.com/rest/api/1.0/projects/cool/repos/pcv/tags?filterText=3.10.1.70' | jq
{
"size": 5,
"limit": 25,
"isLastPage": true,
"values": [
{
"id": "refs/tags/pcv-3.10.1.70-iat1-1",
"displayId": "pcv-3.10.1.70-iat1-1",

},
{
"id": "refs/tags/pcv-3.10.1.70-iat1-2",
"displayId": "pcv-3.10.1.70-iat1-2",

},
{
"id": "refs/tags/pcv-3.10.1.70-iat1-3",
"displayId": "pcv-3.10.1.70-iat1-3",
"type": "TAG",

},

{
"id": "refs/tags/pcv-3.10.1.70-prod2-1",
"displayId": "pcv-3.10.1.70-prod2-1",
"type": "TAG",

},
{
"id": "refs/tags/pcv-3.10.1.70-prod2-2",
"displayId": "pcv-3.10.1.70-prod2-2",

}
],
"start": 0
}

However when I try to filter it down to only the prod ones I don't get back data
Example:


curl -sk 'https://mybitbucket.com/rest/api/1.0/projects/cool/repos/pcv/tags?filterText=3.10.1.70*prod*' | jq
{
"size": 0,
"limit": 25,
"isLastPage": true,
"values": [],
"start": 0
}

So what am I doing wrong to get the tags that I can provide a regex for ?

-Narahari

2 comments

Hi Narahari,

Have you tried encoding the asterisk and changing your URL like so:

https://mybitbucket.com/rest/api/1.0/projects/cool/repos/pcv/tags?filterText=3.10.1.70%2Aprod%2A

Cheers,

Christian

Premier Support Engineer

Atlassian

I tried that but I a seeing the following output.

{
"size": 0,
"limit": 25,
"isLastPage": true,
"values": [],
"start": 0
}

Hi Narahari,

Patterns are not getting detected in Bitbucket REST Api.
You can use the below format to filter prod related tags:

https://mybitbucket.com/rest/api/1.0/projects/cool/repos/pcv/tags?filterText=prod

 And if you want to fetch the recently updated prod related tags then you can use the below format:

https://mybitbucket.com/rest/api/1.0/projects/cool/repos/pcv/tags?filterText=prod&orderBy=MODIFICATION

Hope this helps!!

 

Cheers,

Saranya

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