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How to get list of active Pull Requests for particular Bitbucket Project ?

Hardik Parekh September 26, 2017


Is there any way to get list of all active pull request of particular Bitbucket Project ? Currently I have 9-10 repository in a Project and I have to navigate to each repository to check active pull request. Is there any way to get list through CLI / git commands / API etc?



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Atlassian Team
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September 26, 2017

Hi Hardik,

There is no capability to do this through SourceTree. The integration would probably involve some level of Connect/API work and some cross-team effort. I'd say create a feature request via (for SourceTree) if you want to see this.

However, this can be done via API:

Hardik Parekh October 4, 2017

Hi Jesse,

Thanks for help. I will raise feature request for ST/Bitbucket.
Regarding you above API link, it is saying "Returns a paginated list of all pull requests on the specified repository. By default only open pull requests are returned. This can be controlled using the state query parameter. "
So it seems it will still provide list of pull request of particular Repository only. It can list for complete Project ?

Also I am new to API, Is it similar to ?

and it is listing Active pull request in browser in following format.

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Hardik Parekh October 4, 2017

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Uladzislava Kastsitsyna _Stiltsoft_
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June 1, 2023


You can do this using the Awesome Graphs Pie Chart report configured by a State statistic type on a Project level. This way you will be able to take a closer look at pull requests sorted by their state across all repositories in your project. 

Another option is exporting the pull request data from Bitbucket using Awesome Graphs REST API. In the parameters you can specify which pull requests you want to export, in this case, state=open

Hope it helps,


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