I am trying to commit a code change and I keep getting this error.
I've gone a head and got another evaluation license for Bitbucket while I work out paying for the full thing.
So the license has been updated and should be good for this month, however I am unable to commit code changes and still receive the "Your license has expired" error. Is there another step in the procedure after updating the license??
Did you actually put the new license in the server? Even if you purchase the license you have to manually put it in the product.
Here is a link to the doc explaining how
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