JIRA and Bitbucket Integration


I am attempting to link BitBucket Cloud Repos to an Jira account. I created the Jira account. I did not create the repos but I have admin access. The following the steps in this article:



I can successfully "integrate" the two tools. However when I get to the last part linking DVCS accounts, I only see the bitbucketstations demo repo that I created. I cannot see the other two repos that I wish to link with Jira that were not created by me. As stated above I have admin access to both. 

Do we have to transfer ownership of the two repos to me for this integration to work?




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Hi Kevin, you're pointing at the right direction. The repos need to belong to the account you're linking to Jira for them to show up. So you'll need to transfer the ownership to your Bitbucket Cloud account, and then they'll appear in the DVCS section in Jira.

Hope that helps!


Thanks a million!


Glad I could help you! Have a nice day :)

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