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I am getting "That link has no power here" when trying to access "User and group access" in some rep Edited

NITS iOS Team Oct 05, 2018

I am getting "That link has no power here" when trying to access "User and group access" in some repo, can you please tell me what is happening in your end?

I am admin of those repositaries, can you please tell me what is happening there? Providing screenshot with the mail. It is happening for all my repositaries and my company's account too, please help. I have restarted my mac as well still no cure of that.

Here is the video: How it is not working (video url)

 

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Anthony Addo Atlassian Team Oct 05, 2018 • edited

Hello, and welcome to the community!

That does appear to be a malformed URL. 

Normally, one can access user groups by

https://bitbucket.org/account/user/{username}/groups/

To access a specific group within that, the URL is:

https://bitbucket.org/account/user/{username}/groups/#group:{groupname}

Please replace the bracketed sections of the URL with the appropriate text, and try and see if that works out.

david Kaleky Oct 05, 2018

that  works-- - but  WHY doesnt the URL  on page work ??

 

 

Please FIX

Anthony Addo Atlassian Team Oct 05, 2018

We asked ourselves that very question and found the bug involved. We'll be pushing out the fix as soon as we can!

Thanks a lot for your question!

david Kaleky Oct 07, 2018

It is STILL BROKE

NITS iOS Team Oct 08, 2018 • edited

Nope, still I am getting same issue when i am trying to open group of admin and others. Please tell me the way.

Here is the video: How it is not working (Video link)

Anthony Addo Atlassian Team Oct 08, 2018

Thanks a lot for the video!

The issue should now be resolved. Please let us know if you still encounter issues.

 

@david Kaleky, it should be working for you now, as well!

david Kaleky Oct 08, 2018 • edited

@Anthony Addono it does not work

 

and here is my video https://goo.gl/NqeprA

Anthony Addo Atlassian Team Oct 08, 2018

Hey David,

It is possible that your browser has cached a bad link, or some other issue. Please try and use the solution given above (the two links you can put into your address bar), and see if that works for the time being. 

Currently, when you try and access the link, you get:

http://bitbucket.org/account/user//groups/junior-developers

Between the two forward-slashes after user, put in your username. 

david Kaleky Oct 08, 2018 • edited

Why should I do that ?     I need to manually type every time?

I told you that works when I manually type.

 

But.... 

 

It is broke.  Period.

 

You saw the video.  It is BROKE.

 

You go there and try it.

 

It is BROKE

 

 

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Greg Scopel Feb 13, 2019

I was having the same problem (when I initiated a Create Pull Request) from Sourcetree.  It appears to be from the double forward slash in the URL ("//" )

http://bitbucket.org/account/user//groups/junior-developers

I deleted one of the forward slashes and it worked.  Hope this works for you also. 

 

Greg

Tyler Tadej Atlassian Team Feb 20, 2019

Hi Greg,

There is known bug in Sourcetree for Windows where an extra / is added under some circumstances. It will be fixed in the upcoming 3.1 release.

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Greg Scopel Feb 20, 2019

Sounds great, Tyler.

I appreciate the update!

 

Regards,

Greg

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david Kaleky Oct 05, 2018

me too --   need answer please

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Jason Jason Dec 26, 2018

still broken

Tyler Tadej Atlassian Team Jan 02, 2019

Can you please provide more information and/or screenshots regarding the issue you are experiencing? The original problem from October has been resolved. Thank you

Greg Scopel Feb 13, 2019

Hey Tyler,

I was having the same problem ("That link has no power here"), but when I initiated a Create Pull Request from Sourcetree.  It appears that Sourcetree places an extra forward slash in the URL (making it double forward slash "//" ).

I deleted one of the forward slashes and it worked (able to load the URL without the error).  Do you think this is the issue is with Sourcetree placing the extra forward slash in the URL during a Create Pull Request and/or someone trying to access User and group access" thus causing the "That link has no power here" error ?

Thank you for your time and help

Greg

Nagarjun N L Apr 11, 2019

Hi Tyler,

I am also getting error I can mail you my email ID used in  bit bucket. Please help ASAP.Screen Shot 2019-04-12 at 12.07.23 pm.png

Nagarjun N L Apr 11, 2019

If I try to $pod install

I am getting below error.

 

[!] Error installing XXXX

[!] /usr/bin/git clone https://bitbucket.org/XXX/XXX.git /var/folders/fh/0y8c77894lq7sshqyc5b7nt40000gn/T/d20190412-73123-4cpnkt --template= --single-branch --depth 1 --branch 1.0.9

 

Cloning into '/var/folders/fh/0y8c77894lq7sshqyc5b7nt40000gn/T/d20190412-73123-4cpnkt'...

remote: Forbidden

fatal: unable to access 'https://bitbucket.org/XXX/XXX.git/': The requested URL returned error: 403

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