For some time Im trying to find out how to upload an image to Project/Repo/Pull Request using REST API from bitbucket server. The docs Im using is:
Im starting to lose hope and think its impossible cuz I cant find it.
I have a pretty working mobile app for bitbucket now but Im stuck on creating a comment with an Image/Video/any sort of attachment.
So tell me dear community, is it possible? And if so, how? :D
Hi Kristy and thanks for the answer!
So it seems that its impossible for any older versions of bb server to save attachment by REST, thats somewhat a sad news.
But nevertheless I checked the doc You provided and see that it still lacks the POST in this endpoint. That way I still cant add a screenshot(or anything really) to PR comment.
Cant do a lot with DELETE and GET ;\
From my tweaking it seems that attachments endpoint is available also available on the BB Server in 6.10 version. But I dont see it in documentation.
It DOES have a POST but I cant figure out the way that my request should be formed for it to accept my file.
When I send POST on :
<body> <h1>HTTP Status 415 – Unsupported Media Type</h1> <hr class="line" /> <p><b>Type</b> Status Report</p> <p><b>Description</b> The origin server is refusing to service the request because the payload is in a format not supported by this method on the target resource.</p> <hr class="line" /></body>
but when I use GET it says that the method is not supported indicating that SOMETHING is out there :|
Could You please help me find out how to make a successful POST to this hidden endpoint? :D
It is available but not documented because it is private API. This means that Bitbucket Server makes no guarantees about it - it might change in future releases of Bitbucket Server without warning.
If you are making a plugin or something that is expected to be reliable, then you should not be using private API.
That said, the problem you're seeing might be because you're using a POST instead of a PUT?
The best way to discover this what the endpoint needs would be to inspect the the network traffic from your browser. Most browser devtools have a 'copy as curl' option which you can use.
All the best,
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