To automate the branch creation in bitbucket you need to work with workflow triggers.
Please have a look at the below Atlassian article for details.
For example, let say...you have the sample workflow like...ToDo --> In Progress --> Done
Whenever the user will transit the ticket (click on Start progress transition button) from ToDo to In Progress then automatically the brach should create in Bitbucket, for this, you need to add workflow triggers on start progress transition.
Once again Thank you @Yogesh_Mude .as per you mentioned above i did.but in bitbucket there is only default master branch showing. if i locally made a commit using my issue key it shows commit history but not showing branch ..how can i verify branch should created .here i attached my snap.
Sorry, its muy mistake, actually it's not like that you want.
If you added the branch create trigger into start progress workflow transition then whenever a user will create a branch manually in bitbucet then the issue will auto transit from ToDO to In Progress.
Please have a look at the below article...hope it helps
Hi @Yogesh Mude Member i just tried one method. i created one jira project inside that project i created one issue then i add the workflow for my project in that workflow i added trigger (branch created , commit created) and then i go with my bitbucket existing which i created before , in that repo i do some commit codes from local to remote while doing this i commit with my jira issue key id .git commit -m "jira issue key initial commit " and then i add to remote using command "git remote add jira issue key my repo url".defaulty there is a master branch available in bitbucket first time we push any codes into bitbucket. then i checked branch using command "git branch -a" , it showed master branch only . then i created a new branch with my jira issue key using command git checkout -b jira issue key", it created new branch and switched to new branch wat i created with my jira issue key. then i push this branch into remote using command "git push issue key issue key", then i refreshed my jira and bitbucket and checked it there is new branch created on the jira & bitbucket with the same name of my jira issue key. if i doesnt commit without my jira issue name on the jira my issue UI it doesnt show any changes .
i dont know it is right or wrong but these are i did manually on the bitbucket with my iisue key. i think this is differ from automatic branch creation per issue. because i execute commands manually on the bitbucket. i just sharing this to you what i tried .
i know it is bit complex to read this comment, Thanks .
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