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I am using Visual studio code to create new branch from original branch. Then make the changes to new branch and push the changes.
Then create a pull request with source as my new branch and destination as original branch. But I am not able to see the new branch in the drop down for source.
Normally the steps would have been
1) Create New branch from original branch
2) Publish the new branch
3) Make the changes to new branch.
4) Push the changes to the branch.
5) Create Push request.
I missed the 2nd step and now not able to get the new branch for PR. I can see the branch in bitbucket.
Hello @Prachinnath_soparkar ,
Welcome to the community!
From the description you shared, I assume you are using the Jira and Bitbucket (Atlassian Labs) VSCode extension. If this is the case, and given the fact that the branch is showing in Bitbucket UI, this might indicate your local copy of the repository is not up to date with the latest changes in the remote repo.
In order to get your local repository updated, could you please try using the Fetch option on VSCode?
The Fetch will download all the new remote-tracking branches and tags, including the new branch you have created. Once the fetch is completed you can confirm if the branch you are looking for is now showing when creating the Pull Request.
Thank you, @Prachinnath_soparkar !