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Is there an API functionality to add multiple repositories for a single crucible project?

I am following this link https://docs.atlassian.com/fisheye-crucible/latest/wadl/fecru.html?_ga=2.13037943.1370558991.1533198826-1414676974.1529507422 to automate crucible project creation. Wandering if there an API functionality to add multiple repositories for a single crucible project?

Help appreciated :) 

 

Thanks in advance.

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Themis Atlassian Team Aug 17, 2018

Hi Dinesh,

reposting my response here, so it can help more users!

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At the moment there is no (supported) way of adding multiple repositories to a Crucible project via UI or API.

However, we do have a feature request (from UI so maybe not entirely in line with your use case) and a possible workaround from one of our developers, to do so via a POST.

Feature request

The feature request concerns adding in bulk through the UI: CRUC-6269: Bulk add repositories into Project.

 

Possible workaround

In the feature request comments, one of our developers offered the following workaround:

 

A request with the following parameters worked for me:

Method:

POST

URL:

https://<fisheye>/admin/addPathToFisheyeProject.do

Headers:

Accept: /
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
Cookie: <copy cookie from a logged-in admin session from a web browser>

Body: (form data www-url-form-encoded)

rep=<repository-name>
wholeRep=<true/false>
path=<path if wholeRep is false>
id=<project id, you can find it in 'id=NN' parameter in the URL when you edit a project>
atl_token=<copy the token from a web browser session after you add a repo to a project>

We hope this helps you achieve your goals!

Best,

Themis

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