Are there permission or branching repository schemes for Bitbucket?

Is there anything like a JIRA Permission scheme for a Bitbucket Project or Repository?

 

For instance, I'd like all repositories within a given Project and group of Projects to use the same branching model and permission set.

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Hi,

There is nothing like permission schemes or templates built-in into Bitbucket server, but there are a few feature requests for this already:

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BSERV-4995https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BSERV-3614

So you have to either do some scripting with the REST API to share a branching model or permission set, or use a plug-in. But note that not all the things can be controlled already with the REST API, e.g. the branching model cannot.

If you don't mind commercial plug-ins, then you could use our Repository Templates for Bitbucket Server. With that plug-in, you can configure a repository to your liking with permissions, branching model, hook settings and more, and use that as a template for other repositories.

Hope this helps.

Best regards,

Michael

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