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This documentation applies to Codacy Self-hosted v4.0.1

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Bitbucket Server#

Follow the instructions below to set up the Codacy Self-hosted integration with Bitbucket Server.

To integrate Codacy with Bitbucket Server, you must create an application link on your Bitbucket Server instance:

  1. Since Bitbucket Server uses OAuth1, you need to create a key pair to sign and validate the requests between Codacy and the Bitbucket Server instance.

    Create a key pair using the RSA algorithm in the PKCS#8 format by executing the command:

    bash <(curl -fsSL

    Store the keys in a safe place for usage in the next steps and as a backup.

  2. Open <bitbucket server url>/plugins/servlet/applinks/listApplicationLinks, where <bitbucket server url> is the URL of your Bitbucket Server instance.

  3. Create a new application link with the URL of your Codacy instance.

    Bitbucket Server application link

  4. Fill in the fields:

    • Application Name: Name of the application. For example, Codacy.
    • Application Type: Select Generic Application.

    The remaining fields should be left blank.

    Bitbucket Server application link naming

  5. After creating the link, click Edit to add an incoming authentication.

  6. Fill in the fields of the incomming authentication:

    • Consumer Key: Enter the consumerKey generated previously.
    • Consumer Name: Name of the consumer. For example, Codacy.
    • Public Key: Enter the consumerPublicKey generated previously.

    The remaining fields should be left blank.

    Bitbucket Server incomming authentication

Configure Bitbucket Server on Codacy#

After creating the Bitbucket Server application link, you must configure it on Codacy:

  1. Edit the file values-production.yaml that you used to install Codacy.

  2. Set global.bitbucketEnterprise.enabled: "true" and define the remaining values as described below and with the information obtained when you created the Bitbucket Server application link:

       enabled: "true"
       login: "true" # Show login button for Bitbucket Server
       hostname: "" # Hostname of your Bitbucket Server instance
       protocol: "https" # Protocol of your Bitbucket Server instance
       port: 7990 # Port of your Bitbucket Server instance
       consumerKey: "" # Generated when creating the Bitbucket Server application link
       consumerPublicKey: "" # Generated when creating the Bitbucket Server application link
       consumerPrivateKey: "" # Generated when creating the Bitbucket Server application link
  3. Apply the new configuration by performing a Helm upgrade. To do so execute the command used to install Codacy:


    If you're using MicroK8s you must use the file values-microk8s.yaml together with the file values-production.yaml.

    To do this, uncomment the last line before running the helm upgrade command below.

    helm upgrade (...options used to install Codacy...) \
                 --version 4.0.1 \
                 --values values-production.yaml \
                 # --values values-microk8s.yaml

After this is done you will be able to use Bitbucket Server to authenticate to Codacy.

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Last modified April 14, 2021