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Code Insights REST API for configuring the requirements

There is the Code Insights functionality provided by BitBucket Server and we are using this together with SonarQube integration to provide feedback from the CI pipeline and have a quality gate as the screenshot below shows:

Screenshot 2021-02-04 at 13.43.51.png

Now, this is configurable via the UI, but as we are managing a large number of repositories/project, we'd like to keep this configuration in the code and manage it via the API.

However, looking at the REST API for Code Insights and for Repository Management, it seems that BitBucket does not expose a way to manage the Code Insights Requirements settings via API.

Is that possible or would it make sense to add this to the roadmap?

 

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Adam I'm New Here Jun 16, 2022

I couldn't find any documentation on this either, but the web interface is using the REST API as well.

From the browsers dev console the API endpoint for repositories seems to be:

https://bitbucket.company.com/rest/insights/latest/projects/PROJECT/repos/REPO/merge-check/KEY

PUT/GET/DELETE calls are supported. For PUT the following json payload can be used

{
"reportKey":"KEY",
"mustPass":true, // true/false
"minProhibitedSeverity":"LOW" // LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH or omit this key
}

For project-wide configuration: 

https://bitbucket.company.com/rest/insights/latest/projects/PROJECT/merge-check/KEY

DevConsole always to the rescue! Simplest solution always works, thanks for this!

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