We strongly recommend you use a service account to create this integration. To learn how to create a service account, please see Service accounts in Flow.
Who can use this?
Git host permission requirements
Flow only requires read access to your repositories. Flow needs this permission process the metadata used to generate our reports.
The account used to connect Flow to BitBucket must have these read scopes:
Note: In order to use all services, repos, PRs, tickets, and webhooks when integrating with Flow, the service account needs to be an admin in Bitbucket.
Connect via OAuth
Connecting via OAuth is the fastest and easiest method to connect your repos and import your data, including pull requests and tickets.
- From your Flow homepage, go to the top navigation bar and click Settings. Using the left hand navigation under Integrations, click Integrations.
- Click the Add Integration button in the top right hand corner of your integrations screen.
- On the following page, select Bitbucket from the integration provider list.
- Under the OAuth tab, click Connect to Bitbucket.
- If you're already logged into your Bitbucket account, a pop-up will appear prompting you to confirm access.
Note: If you're not already logged in, you'll be prompted to log in and authorize the connection
If the connection was successful you'll see the following message:
Once you have successfully connected, proceed to the Finishing up section of this document to complete the integration process.
Connect via username and password
To connect via your Bitbucket username and password, follow these steps:
- Input your username and password then click Test connection.
- If the connection was successful, you'll see the following message:
Currently, two factor authentication is not supported via username and password logins.
If you try and connect via two factor authentication, you'll see the following message :
If your account has two-factor authentication enabled, you'll need to use an app password as your password.
To set up an app password for your service account:
- Navigate to your bitbucket settings
- Click app passwords
- Select the following permissions:
- Account: Read
- Repositories: Read
- Pull requests: Read
- Issues: Read
These permissions allow Flow to use all services and webhooks.
Once complete, click Create. You may now use the newly created app password in the Password field in Flow.
Once you have a successful connection, you can finalize your integration and begin importing repos as outlined below:
- Click Next from the Bitbucket Authentication Method screen
- On the next screen, select the services you want turned on. Then click Next. Leaving all three services on allows Flow to ingest ticket data, pull request data, and repo data. You can turn services on and off at any time.
- Name your integration so you can identify the connected account. Then click Create.
- Once you have successfully created a new Bitbucket cloud integration, you'll see the below message .
5: If you see all the appropriate groups and projects under the Repos tab, Flow has the correct access to any repos associated with these projects. To begin importing repos, click the repo import page link.
To learn more about managing your new integration settings, see Managing integrations.
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