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Bit bucket group access in jenkins

Dear Team,

I have installed bit bucket oauth plugin on jenkins and I want to allow group which is created in bit bucket with read only or admin rights.

So How can i achieve this? because I already add one group in bit bucket and done the initial o-auth setting,after adding this new group in jenkins,it showing me access deny error message.

1 answer

The Bitbucket OAUTH plugin for Jenkins claims to only support the following:


Supported roles are admin, contributor and member


  • team1::admin
  • team2::contributor
  • team3::member


The diagnostic page at <jenkins host/whoAmI will only list these three groups for your team if configured.

If you are an admin you get admin, if you are a user in a group that is allowed to create new repositories you appear to be a "Contributor".  If you are just a member of a group, you are a "member" of that team.

Sadly it doesn't appear to recognise or use group names within a team which is unfortunate as that is exactly what we want to do.

It would be useful if the OAUTH authentication return specific group membership as well and then jenkins could use it. 

Not sure if this is an issue with the OAUTH in bitbucket or the plugin though.

Thank you for the this answer, I finally got the matrix-auth to work.

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