can i able to move multiple stash repositories to another project in stash

@Team can i able to move multiple stash repositories to another project in stash by selecting all of them once. if not please can you consider this as feature request.

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Are you talking about stash (last version 3.11) or bitbucket?

Stash is not in development anymore and was rebranded to bitbucket.

See: https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/bitbucket-rebrand-faq-779298912.html

In bitbucket you can move repositories to another project. Click on settings on the repository view and then on move

 

 

Thanks Thomas,

We are running Atlassian Stash v3.9.2.

I am aware of rebranded to bitbucket. here my question is:

can i able to move multiple stash/bitbucket repositories to another project in stash/bitbucket by selecting all of them at once.

Yes at this time i am able to move a sigle repository at a time, where i have around 20-30 repos which requires 20 moves. if we have option like moving mutiple repository at a time it would be greate.

 

Thanks,

Dayanand

Then this behaviour is unchanged in the current bitbucket version. You can move repositories to another project but only one by one via the UI.

- You could open a feature request at atlassian.

- It seems you can do this via the Rest API. https://developer.atlassian.com/static/rest/stash/latest/stash-rest.html

See: /rest/api/1.0/projects/{projectKey}/repos/{repositorySlug}

Method Put

But I do not have any experience with it.

- It might be possible to do this via the scripting console of the Script Runner plugin for bitbucket/stash.

At least you can delete multiple repositories in a project via the console. Maybe you can also move them. Best to ask the Adapativist guys.

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