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how to import or clone repositories with java

uvsq21708389
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February 21, 2018

Hello everyone,
I'm asking a question because I need help
For my java project, I need to import a bitbucket project. I'm doing it now with:

Process proc=null;
Runtime r= Runtime.getRuntime();
 proc=r.exec("git clone https://MYACCOUNT:PWD@bitbucket.org/XXXX/XXX.git  XXX");

And it works!
but i would like to make sure the java client can import without having git already installed.
I searched on: https://developer.atlassian.com/bitbucket/api/2/reference/
and even on the net but I do not find how I could implement between bitbucket server and java client.

PLEASE can someone explain me how to communicate between my java program andbitbucket
thank you in advance

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uvsq21708389
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February 21, 2018

thank you very much

i will look at this

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February 21, 2018

The Bitbucket server is storing the git repositories you are access, so you would need a git client to be able to clone.

However, if you are just trying to clone direct from java, you could look at this class - http://www.codeaffine.com/2015/11/30/jgit-clone-repository/

I've not tried using this, but it seems to match what you are attempting.

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