is it possible to create remote stash repository from local bash file.

 

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Yes - use curl with the RESTAPI - this works for me:

 

#!/bin/bash

projectName=$1

repoName=$2


stashUser="username:password"

stashIP="server:7990"



api="http://${stashIP}/projects/${projectName}/repos"



json="{\"name\": \"${repoName}\"}"

 

curl -f -u $stashUser -X POST -H 'Accept: application/json' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' --stderr - $api -d "$json"

 

 It returns a json block giving details of the created repo

Or else use the exceedingly good Stash Command Line Interface - a paid-for Add-on - which makes it much easier. It would be something like

stash.sh --action createRepository --project $projectName --repository $repoName

 

Regards,

John

Thank you, it worked.

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