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Why doesn't my bitbucket profile exist?

Ismael Quirantes
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Apr 25, 2023

I just finished building a repository and i want to show a badge of passing . The issue is that with this link '<username>/javaschoolexam/master' the build seems to not exist, but it does and is successful. I noticed that the problem is with my profile, i go to<username> and a 404 error shows but my username is that one! This a screenshot of my user settings.

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Theodora Boudale
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Apr 26, 2023

Hi @Ismael Quirantes and welcome to the community!

Just a heads up, I removed your screenshot and the username from your post to protect your privacy and comply with our privacy policy, as this info is not publicly available.

Repositories in Bitbucket Cloud belong to a certain workspace, not to an account. You can sign up for a Bitbucket account, and then, using this account, you can create one or multiple workspaces, or be invited to other users' workspaces. When you create a repo, this repo is created under a certain workspace and its URL has the format

I checked the workspaces your account has access to, and I saw this repo (I am sharing the link here since the repo is public):

You can see from the URL, that the repo javaschoolexam belongs to the workspace java-iq (and your account is an admin of this workspace)

In the link you shared

you need to replace <username> with the id of the workspace this repo belongs to, which is java-iq

We don't provide links to users' accounts but links to workspaces (where the repos belong to).

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out!

Kind regards,

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