oauth_problem=consumer_key_unknown

I'm trying to implement a third party integration (drone.io)  that others have had success with. 

 

We have configured things identically to how others have had success yet I keep getting this error. 

 

The key that comes back in the error is the same key I have in the application link. 

 

Assuming they're both configured correctly,  the code works,  what else could be causing this issue? 

 

I've seen this as well: 

https://confluence.atlassian.com/kb/oauth-error-oauth_problem-consumer_key_unknown-720406729.html

 

not sure if it's relevant.

 

 

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Hi Brett! Can you confirm you followed the instructions provided by Drone at Set up Bitbucket Server. I'm not familiar with drone.io, but did some research and looks like you could do something similar to what was described in that doc without the need for OAuth, using the Bitbucket Server Web Post Hooks Plugin, so you'd set this up to sent out a prompt to drone that a build is to be initiated.

Hope that helps!

Ana

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