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how to create a pull request from terminal? getting '400 error'

Currently using Bitbucket Server, I am trying to automate pull requests using a shell script. However I am getting the following error:


Parameter conditions "fork" not met for actual request parameters: create={}

Here is the curl command I am currently using:


curl -v https://MYHOST.MYSERVER/projects/AP/repos/$REPO/pullrequests?create \
--request POST \
--header 'Content-Type: application/json' \
--data '{
"title": "$COMMIT_TEXT",
"description": "automated PR. $COMMIT_TEXT",
"fork_policy": "no_forks",
"source": {
"branch": {
"name": "$NEW_BRANCH"
"destination": {
"branch": {
"name": "develop"
, "close_source_branch": false


1 answer

Hi @John Pooley if that question is related to Bitbucket Server please take a look at REST API docs for creating the pull request:

Maciej Adamczak


hi thank you. I believe this has gotten me somewhat further, I am now get this error:


XSRF Security Token Missing

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