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Broken link when trying to create a pull request

Hi,

 

After changing a computer and installing sourcetree when I try to right-click a branch and create a pull request I get a "That link has no power here".

I've tried several branches and different repositories but the result stays the same.

 

Any thoughts?

 

Thanks.

4 answers

now I see the problem is that the link is bitbucket.org//...... instead of bitbucket.org/......

 

 

any idea what's the cause and how to fix it?

 

Thanks.

You are right! Same issue here...Question is how to resolve this :)

I removed my username@ from the remote repository URL to solve this problem

Not sure if this was primary fix, but it started working for me after doing this.  After refresh in settings, pull request opened correctly in Chrome.  SourceTree version 2.5.5.0

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Samuel Rule Aug 16, 2017

I had this error appear randomly when it had been working for me before.

Here is the solution that worked for me:

On the settings page just remove the current remote that is there and then add the exact same one again. This must have refreshed it / woke it up and now I have no probelms

https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Bitbucket-questions/SourceTree-how-do-i-fix-this-error-when-submitting-a-pull/qaq-p/301417

That worked. Thanks!

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  • What version of Sourcetree and which OS?
  • Are the remotes configured as expected on each repository still?
  • Are your accounts and authentication properly transferred for ST?
  • Are you able to login and manually create the PR after pushing the branch to its hosting service?

Sourcetree 2.6.10 on windows 10.

Yes, nothing was changed.

As far as I can tell, yes.

I can create PR manually at bitbucket.

 

Thanks.

now I see the problem is that the link is bitbucket.org//..... instead of bitbucket.org/.....

 

 

any idea what's the cause and how to fix it?

 

 

Thanks.

I removed my username@ from the remote repository URL to solve this problem

I have same issue.  When I launch a pull request from SourceTree it goes to 

https://bitbucket.org//projects/MyCompany/repos/MyRepoName/pull-requests?create&sourceBranch=feature%2fMy_Test_Feature

 

If I remove the words "projects" and "repos", it will load the correct page.  Have not found any answers on how to correct this in sourcetree.  

In another thread a user pointed out that it is the double // after bitbucket.org that is the culprit - at least that was the same for me.

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