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BitBucket scriptrunner create project



   I am trying to create a new BitBucket project using scriptrunner. There seem to be a lack of examples on this and I am very confused by the documentation.

The idea is to have something working on the Script console that then I can use as a built it script.

I have tried using ProjectCreateRequest.Builder but in all honesty I cannot make sense of how to create an instance in order to pass it as a parameter to a ProjectService "create" method,  I am not able to pass the static type checking.

Does anyone have an example of give me some pointers on how this will work?



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Hi Alberto,

Please try the following script in the Script Console, which in this example creates a new project with the key "NEW" and name "New Project".

import com.atlassian.sal.api.component.ComponentLocator
import com.atlassian.bitbucket.project.ProjectService
import com.atlassian.bitbucket.project.ProjectCreateRequest

ProjectService projectService = ComponentLocator.getComponent(ProjectService)

projectService.create(new ProjectCreateRequest.Builder().key("NEW").name("New Project").build())

I hope this helps answer your question?

Robert Giddings

Yes, it does, thanks you

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