Hi guys. Here is the story:


My project administrator has branched out a copy of our project. After which, I switched/checkout the local repository to the copy of that branch. I added new codes to that copy and committed the change, and pushed the copy into the branch. Using BitBucket, I did a pull request and requested to merge my copy to the branch copy. My project administrator approved the request and everything is smooth until the next step. He tried to merge the projects and he got an error message: "Unauthorized cross repository merge". The question is, what did we do wrong?



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