I succeeded in using bitbucket api to view my pull requests infomation.
curl -X GET https://user:firstname.lastname@example.org/2.0/repositories/team/repo/pullrequests/prid
Recently I added JIRA's components to Bibucket to get my pull requests to be able to link to JIRA's cards.
I can not see from the information downloaded from the API which pull requests link JIRA card.
Does anyone know why or is there any other API way to know?
Can you help me?
curl -X GET https://$USERNAEM:$PASSWORD@$TEAM.atlassian.net/rest/jira/1.0/projects/$PROJECTID/repos/$REPOID/pull-requests/$PRID/issues
`Oops, you've found a dead link.`
The bitbucket repoID , PR , jira projectID exist and bitbucket have connected to jira.
I'm not sure where you found the URL you are using, but I don't think it'll work.
From your question it seems like you are using Atlassian's Cloud offerings (for both Bitbucket and JIRA).
The URL you are using looks like a Bitbucket Server URL. The Bitbucket Server and Cloud APIs are not the same.
The bitbucket.org API reference doesn't list anything related to the JIRA integration.
Unfortunately I'm not familiar with how the JIRA integration works in bitbucket.org, and I couldn't find a public API to retrieve issues linked from a pull request.
I've added a few more tags to this question, so that maybe someone that knows stumbles upon it.
If you need an answer quickly, I'd suggest raising a support request on https://support.atlassian.com/bitbucket/
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