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Connect to Bitbucket database from bitbucket plugin


I have an instance of Bitbucket which has an Oracle database. I am creating a plugin where I need to use the database tables directly (not the AO tables). Is there any way to achive this?

Do I need to use a normal JPA framework inside the plugin to fetch the details? If yes, how do I get the database credentials from the APIs without the need to store them inside the code?

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I know it's been some time since you posted this but I hope my reply might help others in the future so here it is.


Plugins cannot access the database directly.


What they can then however is to use the available methods ( to read the information stored by a Bitbucket installation.


To store data instead, you'll need to rely on the Active Objects framework (



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