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Bitbucket API error of “Missing valid JWT token” when requesting next page for variable

Chris Stryczynski May 04, 2018

 I'm using v2 of the API

 

https://api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories/**/**/pipelines_config/variables/

 

This works fine up to 10 variables, after which it gives a pagination link for 'next'.... Which is a v1 url...

And the v1 probably uses a different authentication as it gives me an error of:

 

{"error":{"message":"Unauthorized","detail":"Missing valid JWT token","data":{"key":"rest-service.rest-service.unauthorized","arguments":{}}}}

 

It's incredibly frustrating working with this API...

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Yana Bazulina Atlassian Team May 04, 2018

Hi Chris, 

Thank you for reporting this, I was able to reproduce this and will create a bug for it on our master site. 

However as a workaround here is the example of the request that you can use to get more than 10 variables: 

https://api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories/accountName/repo_slug/pipelines_config/variables/?pagelen=20&page=1

under "pagelen=20"  you can specify how many results per page you would like to see. 

Hope this helps 

Cheers.

Yana

Andrew Regier Jul 18, 2018

I've run into this same bug. Are there other workarounds?

I'm currently using basic authorization using an App Password, but if one can acquire a JWT token from just the App Password (Resource Owner Password Credentials grant?), I'd be happy to switch to that.

Andrew Regier Jul 18, 2018

@Yana Bazulina

Can I get a reference to the bug for follow up purposes?

Yana Bazulina Atlassian Team Jul 19, 2018

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