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I'm using Jira standalone server (7.4.1) with Bitbucket standalone server. If I'm browsing the project in Bitbucket, I can see issues linked to Jira, click on them, and see the issue details.
In Jira, however, the Development panel does not show any commits; the only link in the development panel is "Create branch".
I tried the troubleshooting link here here, without success. The last step listed is to test the "Remote Link Aggregation REST API endpoint" to see whether it is returning data. I tried this, as follows:
mail:Atlassian jira$ curl -u eric http://mini.wittle.net:7990/rest/remote-link-aggregation/latest/aggregation?globalId=OLS-105
Enter host password for user 'eric':
Any help would be appreciated.
It looks like you're not getting any data:
If no information is associated with that issue key, it could indicate an issue with how the repository is being indexed.
According to the above statement above:
I don't see any errors in my Bitbucket logs. I gripped for 'Error', and 'error', and didn't see anything that looked like indexing errors. I did some searches to see how to re-index, and issued the following command:
curl -u eric -X POST -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -H 'Accept: application/json' <host url>/rest/indexing/latest/sync
(and I did use a real value for <host url>). I'm still not seeing any checkin information in Jira, and the CURL command to test the APIs returns the same thing I originally posted.
I don't see either of the two plugins you mention above, the only plugin I see is
When I view the status of this plugin, 15 of the 17 modules are enabled. Two are disabled, and cannot be changed in the UI:
Found the answer. I'm running BitBucket server on OS X. The server had downloaded a new version of XCode, and I had not accepted the updated license agreement. I discovered this when push from my development client failed. Once I accepted the updated license on the server, the Jira to Bitbucket connection started to work again.
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