create repository from command line

Laci Toth I'm New Here Sep 13, 2017

Using a script how can I create a repository? My bitbucket server allows me to use these types of urls :


I tried to use:

curl -s -u {user}:{passwd} -k --header "Content-Type: application/json" -X PUT ""

For this one the reply was: Oops, you've found a dead link

The path where a project already exists is:

Similarly I want to create a project named newproj



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Hi Laci,

The reference for the REST API is located here. If you want to create a new project you'll need to use POST (instead of PUT) and pass the project data along in JSON format. PUT is used to update existing projects.

The same applies for creating repositories inside of projects.



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