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Cannot open 2.0 REST API on Server but REST 1.0 returns me results

Hi, I am really beginner for BitBucket so I would really appreciate some explanation. I am not admin of it so I really do not know admin stuff.

I can access my links on BitBucket git repository using the API with URLs:

$uri = "https://bitbucket.myorg.dev/projects/FASELECT/repos/fa-select/browse/Packages/AccountingATS.txt"
$uri="https://bitbucket.myorg.dev/rest/api/1.0/projects/FASELECT/repos/fa-select/browse/Packages/AccountingATS.txt"

For accessing 2.0 API I saw that we should use the suffix: 

/2.0/repositories

But if I try to access my links for private repository: I get "Ooops dead link"

https://bitbucket.fis.dev/2.0/repositories

I can access on https://api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories but what is the point - there is no my projects or artifacts on it, so I really do not think that this link can serve me some purposes.

But what is then URL to access with 2.0 instead of 1.0 (which again I can access!!!) How to check if my URL responds to 2.0 REST API calls?

 

Thank you in advance

 

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