Bitbucket Integration

This guide will walk you through setting up the EkLine integration with Bitbucket.


  1. You have an EkLine API token provided by the EkLine contact person.
  2. You have a Bitbucket account and the necessary permissions to configure pipelines.

Create bitbucket-pipelines.yml file

Create a new file named bitbucket-pipelines.yml in your project's root directory and add the following content:

runEkLineStep: &runEkLineStep
  name: EkLine Documentation Review
    - export EK_TOKEN=$EK_TOKEN
    - export INPUT_CONTENT_DIR='<path_to_content_directory>'
    - /

      - step: *runEkLineStep

      - step: *runEkLineStep

Replace <path_to_content_directory> with the actual path to your content directory.

Configure Bitbucket environment variables

  1. In Bitbucket, navigate to your repository settings.
  2. Go to Repository settings > Pipelines > Repository variables.
  3. Add the following variables: EK_TOKEN: Your EkLine API token.

Configure input options

Ignoring specific rules (Optional)

To ignore specific rules during the review process, you can use the INPUT_IGNORE_RULE flag. This flag accepts a comma-separated list of rule identifiers that you wish to skip.

For example, if you want to ignore rules EK00001 and EK00004, you can set the INPUT_IGNORE_RULE flag in your configuration like this:

  INPUT_IGNORE_RULE: "EK00001,EK00004"