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Infinite loading when creating a pipeline

Emilie Duchesne
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Apr 04, 2023


We are trying to create a pipeline in one of our projects but when I commit the .yml it loads endlessly without ever succeeding. The script works in another project and I don't get any error message.

Do you have a suggestion?


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Riley Venable (Atlas Bench)
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Apr 04, 2023

1. Check if the pipeline is enabled for the specific project. Make sure to go to your repository settings, then navigate to the Pipelines section, and finally, click on "Settings" to enable pipelines.

2. Check the script in your bitbucket-pipelines.yml file. Make sure that the script is correct and that all of the values are set up properly. You can copy and paste the script from a working project if you need to.

3. Check the predefined variables. You can either fill in the variable values in-line or select them from the predefined variables. Make sure to check if the values are properly set up.

4. Run your build again. You can try running your build again to see if the issue has been resolved. If none of these steps work, try reaching out to Atlassian support for further assistance.

Emilie Duchesne
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Apr 06, 2023

I finally found my problem. In my project I have to add a ticket to the comment. As I didn't find out how to edit the comment myself when I commit with the pipeline I had to disable the option.

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