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How to get all repositories that I can access via REST API 2.0 ?


I've been trying to get all the repository details that I can access. Some repositories are forked. Some are under different projects but shared with me and has admin access. Still, I'm only getting the repositories that are owned by me.

I'm using REST API 2.0 from this documentation:


The API endpoints I've tried are:

GET /2.0/repositories

GET /2.0/repositories/{workspace}

GET /2.0/workspaces/{workspace}/projects/{project_key}

GET /2.0/user/permissions/workspaces

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Hi @Jayashankar V R,

You can get all the workspaces your account has access to with the following endpoint:

GET /2.0/workspaces/

If you have access to repositories in e.g. 4 workspaces, that call should return these 4 workspaces.

Then, for each of these 4 workspaces, you can use

GET /2.0/repositories/{workspace}

where {workspace} replace with the workspace-id or the UUID for each of the 4 workspaces (the UUID should be enclosed in curly brackets).

Is this something that works for you?

If you're still having issues, could you please let me know:

  1. Which of these 2 endpoints you are having issues with?
    Does the first one not return all the workspaces?
    Or does the second one not return repos for a specific workspace?
  2. What kind of authentication are you using for the API calls?

Kind regards,

Thank you @Theodora Boudale

It worked like a charm. The issue was, I was trying to get the workspace using its UUID and I only took the UUID part after excluding the curly brackets. Now it works fine.

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That's good to hear @Jayashankar V R, thank you for the update!

I edited my previous response to add that the UUID should be in curly brackets, as you correctly noticed.

Please feel free to reach out if you ever need anything else!

Kind regards,

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