500 error when creating an invalid repository link (BB-7519)

Issue #6292 resolved
dada created an issue

I get a 500 error page with this dcf328abb5ff4b559635a8d9eb3be7d6$26c9ca5ee329ffbb6b12cbbae6915c7f

Edit: This was caused by an invalid repository link:

Custom (\1) --> http://dada.myjetbrains.com/youtrack/issue/\1>

Comments (8)

  1. Michael Frauenholtz staff

    We are looking into your issue. It appears it is something with a corrupted item in your Newsfeed. After logging in, are you able to access any other pages on Bitbucket?

  2. dada reporter

    Not sure why this is tacking so long. I thought BitBucket was better than GitHub but I'm starting to feel that is not the case.

  3. Brian Nguyen


    Apologies for the delay. Unfortunately, we have not yet been able to track down the problem. We have looked through the items in your newsfeed and have not been able to find anything untoward.

    We will continue to investigate this and keep you updated.

    Cheers, Brian

  4. Brian Nguyen


    We located the problem. It turned out it had nothing to do with the newsfeed but with a custom repository link.

    The repository link below was causing our link parser to fail and hence break any page with a newsfeed.

    Custom (\1) --> http://dada.myjetbrains.com/youtrack/issue/\1>

    We have removed the repository link and it has fix the error.

    That said, Bitbucket should fail on such a regex and so I have added this issue to our backlog for investigation.

    Cheers, Brian

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