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How do you trigger a build from one repository to another repository.

I have a repository that contains the source code for a library that we use in multiple applications. I have a pipeline configured to build that library whenever a commit is made to that library. Since multiple applications, which happen to reside in different repositories, depend on this library, I would like to automatically launch a build for those repositories. How would I accomplish this?

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Max Binnewies
Atlassian Team
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Mar 01, 2020

Hello dcosta,

there is a Pipe for that:

Hope that helps, let me know you have any more questions around this,


Thanks for that link. I did follow that example, however, the build fails with the following error:  

✖ Validation errors:

  • null value not allowed

I have defined BITBUCKET_APP_PASSWORD as indicated below:

App passwords
App passwords allow two-step verification users to access their Bitbucket account through apps such as Sourcetree. We'll generate the app passwords for you, and you won't need to remember them.

Create app password

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Max Binnewies
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Mar 04, 2020

You need to inject the app password into the pipeline and replace the placeholder with the value.

For that you can use a variable ( Make sure to use a secured variable.

Hi Max,

Thanks for your help. I eventually resolved the issue by adding both BITBUCKET_USERNAME and BITBUCKET_APP_PASSWORD as account variables to my team settings, I did make BITBUCKET_APP_PASSWORD a secured variable.

Thanks again


The correct variable name for BITBUCKET_USERNAME is BITBUCKET_USER_NAME and user should've minimum of `Repository Read` and `Pipeline write` permissions.

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