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SourceTree not showing build status



I have setup a simple pipeline which is building and passing, although within sourcetree I am not seeing the build status or any status at all, just a grey dot. Although on sourcetree next to my commits am seeing that they are building correctly.


Where am I going wrong, my sourcetree is up to date.


Many thanks

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Atlassian Team
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Feb 16, 2018

Hi @richard_howse

Do you have your Bitbucket added in Sourcetree? 
If not, please add it in Preference Window - Accounts tab. Also, if you are using basic auth, please select http for protocol. We cannot pull pipelines status with ssh protocol using basic auth password. If using OAuth, protocol doesn't affect. 



Hi, I'm facing this same issue. I have my Bitbucket account liked via OAuth + SSH. I have two repositories with pipelines set up, but the build status shows up for just one of them.

Atlassian Team
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Mar 07, 2019

Do you mind adding some screenshots?

Sure -- here are two repositories from the same Bitbucket Account, same permissions, both with pipelines enabled, both using SSH. Do you need screenshots of anything else?

Screen Shot 2019-03-08 at 9.07.45 AM.png

@Manju, did you have a chance to look at this? Thanks

One year later and I have a lead on this issue. I noticed that clicking "View Remote" did not take me to Bitbucket, but to the url of some other remote that we also use (e.g. Heroku or AWS Codecommit). By removing all other remotes and leaving only the Bitbucket one, the build status shows up. I have not found a way of setting that remote to somehow stay as the primary one after adding the other back, other than renaming it to "origin".


Essentially, the build status only works when the Bitbucket origin is either the only one, or it is called "origin"

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