Crucible code review rest API responses

Hi there,

I am having the same problem. I am receiving all details of repository with "/rest-service/repositories-v1/{name}

but when I try "/rest-service/repositories-v1/browse/{repo}/{path:.*$}" I get error saying:

<code>NotFound</code><message>Crucible SCM repository {Repo} not found.</message>

what is the expected path for thhis command?

and how to check if repo name I am providing, is Crucible SCM plugin repository?

Do I need to install any plugin for this to work?

1 answer

The message you received indicates that you left {repo} unchanged. Seems like you have to replace {repo} with some real repository name, as well as you should replace {path:.*$} with some existing repository path or leave it empty. For example:


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