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How to make a web request from Jira automation to bitbucket pipeline?

I see I could access the API at:

https://api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories/{workspace}/{repo_slug}/pipelines/

However when I access this URL for my repo I get:

{"type": "error", "error": {"message": "Resource not found"}}


I can only suppose this is because it's not authenticated... However I cannot find any docs/examples on how to do this...

This is as far as I could get setting this up...

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To answer myself:

Go to bitbucket, go into your account and create an app password.

base64 encode your USERNAME (not your email) with the password:

Using this format:
username:password

Then add a header to the web request with:
Name: Authentication
Value: Basic encodedstringyougetabove

And the request works.

Any way you can screen cap what that header looks like? (blurring your username & app password, of course!!!)

Thanks!

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