Depending on if an app has been registered in the “Develop apps” section of Bitbucket settings, the URL that installs the app may change. Apps that have been registered must use the URL parameter to identify the app. Apps that have not been registered may continue to use the URL parameter to identify the app, i.e. no change is necessary.
Apps that need to change can and should start using the parameter today.
As of 10 January 2020 if a registered app is not using the URL parameter, the installation page will not be able to install the app.
The easiest way to tell if an app has been registered is to see if it's listed in the “Develop apps” section of your Bitbucket settings.
Another way to tell if an app has been registered is to look at the format of the from each installation callback.
To update your installation link, remove the URL parameter and add the parameter. The value of the should be the key defined in the app descriptor. The initial installation screen will behave the same when this change is done correctly.
A link with for apps that haven’t been registered:
A link with for apps that have been registered:
There are different ways to install an app on Bitbucket. This change is only applicable to apps that are using a link to install the app from its site. Installing from either the Atlassian or Bitbucket marketplace will not be changing.
As a recap, here are the different places where apps can be installed:
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