Integrating Bitbucket with Sleuth is simple. If you're connecting to a personal Bitbucket repo, you just need your credentials. If you're part of a Bitbucket organization and aren't the owner, you will need permission to allow Sleuth to connect to the repo (after you connect you'll be able to select individual private or public repositories).

If you are using Bitbucket issues to track issues, Sleuth will automatically discover your referenced issues once the integration is configured. You can still use other issue tracker integrations if you don't use Bitbucket's issues.

Check out the Sleuth for Bitbucket integration in the Atlassian Marketplace.

Setting up the integration

To set up the Sleuth Bitbucket integration:

  1. Click Add in the top navigation bar and select Integration from the list.

  2. Select Code from the drop-down located in the top right.

  3. In the Bitbucket tile, click Enable.

Configuring the integration

After the initial setup is complete, the Bitbucket integration can be used to set up:

  • a code deployment: select a Sleuth project from the list and then follow the instructions for creating a code deployment

  • an issue tracker: select a Sleuth project from the list to set Bitbucket as the Issue integration provider for the selected project

Removing the integration

If you wish to dissolve the Bitbucket integration for the organization:

  1. Click the Add button in the top nav and select Integrations from the list.

  2. Expand the Bitbucket integration card, and click Remove next to the connection you wish to remove. A confirmation screen will appear warning you of the consequences of this action and prompting you to confirm your decision -> click Confirm.

After all connections are removed, the Bitbucket integration is then disconnected and no longer available for any projects within that organization.

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