Using the bitbucket API to find which groups/users have access to a team repository


I'm trying to derive if its possible to find out which users & groups have access to a team repository using the bitbucket API. I haven't had much success going through the API methods provided by

Could you point me in the direction how I maybe able to accomplish this?




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I Managed to find my own solution by using a combination of the following end points:

List all repositories and the user's with direct access:{teamname}


List all repositories a group has access to:{teamname}/{groupowner}/{groupnameslug}


Finally list all users within the group:{teamname}

I did this using the team account credentials.



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