Connect Using Bitbucket Server
The Bitbucket Server integration is only available on our **Scale** plan. Please contact us if you require this feature.
If you are already using Bitbucket Server you can link your repository with Appflow to push code automatically.
In order to enable the integration with Appflow, you will need an existing repository on your Bitbucket Server instance.
Setting up the Integration
Navigate to the
Git section of the Settings tab in your app on the
Appflow Dashboard and select the Bitbucket Server tab.
If this is your first time connecting you'll need to:
- Enter the URL for your Bitbucket Server instance
- Enter the personal access token for you repo
Note: If the personal access token you use has read-only access, you will need to create the webhook yourself so that Appflow recieves push events. A modal will pop up after you connect to your repo giving you the details you need to create the webhook. If you use a personal access token with admin privileges, this will be done automatically for you.
- Click the
Connect to Bitbucket Serverbutton
Then you can choose the repository to link from the list of available repos.
When you link to the repository, a webhook will be created and your commits will be sent to Appflow.