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Using Microsoft SSO. I am trying to accept a Bitbucket invitation and am getting this Error:
AADSTS90015: Requested query string is too long.
I have already tried both options suggested here:
Neither option worked for me.
G'day, @Michael Van Olden
Welcome to the community!
I believe this is a known issue related to URL encoding, which can cause the invite email to exceed the allowed limit of 2048 characters. We have a documented solution in our knowledge base that I highly recommend reviewing as a workaround:
Troubleshooting "AADSTS90015: Requested query string is too long" error while accepting Bitbucket cloud invitation using the Microsoft sign-in button
In summary, you must log in to Bitbucket before clicking on the link. In some cases, this approach allows the user to accept the invitation without encountering the issue.
Alternatively, you may need to decode the invite URL to shorten it before opening the invite link.
Let me know how it goes.