What am i doing wrong with "Cloud Macros for Bitbucket & Confluence" ?

Charles Johnson August 31, 2017

In Confluence, i've installed the Cloud Macros for Bitbucket & Confluence addon, and i'm attempting to build a page that uses the macro ‘Bitbucket Commits List’.

I've entered my bitbucket username & specified an internal company repository, but all i ever receive in the preview & published page is :
"Cloud Macros for Bitbucket and Confluence, by David Simpson."

 

What am i overlooking?

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Andreas Czakaj
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July 7, 2021

I think I figured out what the problem is:

When I use my account's user name then the plugin creates a link to https://bitbucket.org/${my user name}/${repo}/${path}.

However, the repo I want to use is NOT as personal repo but part of a shared project for a client of mine so I get a 404.

When I use the shared project's name the URL is https://bitbucket.org/${shared thing name}/${repo}/${path} which is the correct address.
However, then I get a CORS error and a redirect to id.atlassian.com.

 

Maybe this is the same problem that others have as well. As for me, it means the plugin is useless as I always work on shared projects.

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Deleted user September 17, 2018

I'm having the same issue, I have a "Continue" button. But clicking it just shows this error in chrome JS console: 

Refused to display 'https://bitbucket.org/' in a frame because it set 'X-Frame-Options' to 'sameorigin'.
com.atlassian.plugins.atlassian-connect-plugin:ap-core-v5.js?externals=__local-default__:39 [Simple-XDM] Failed to validate origin: https://dvdsmpsn-atlassian-cloud-add-ons.s3.amazonaws.com

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