The Stash connector functions within a Mule application as a secure opening through which you can access and act upon your information in Stash. Using the connector, your application can perform several operations which Stash exposes via their REST API.
When building an application that connects with Stash, for example, an application to display all your Stash repositories, you don't have to go through the effort of custom-coding and securing a connection. Rather, you can just drop a connector into your flow, configure a few connection details, then begin transferring data.
Note: Atlassian Stash is now called Bitbucket Server.
About MuleSoft Certified Connectors
MuleSoft Certified connectors are developed by MuleSoft’s partners and developer community and subsequently reviewed and certified by MuleSoft. For these connectors, MuleSoft will take initial calls from customers and isolate the issue for resolution. MuleSoft disclaims any additional support obligation for such MuleSoft Certified Connector. For support of MuleSoft Certified Connectors, customers should contact the MuleSoft partner that created the connector.
To purchase the connector or to get assistance, if required, or support for the Atlassian Stash Connector contact Hotovo s.r.o. directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By installing this connector, you consent to MuleSoft sharing your contact information with the developer of this connector so that you can receive more information about it directly from the developer.
This 3rd party connector does not require an additional fee to use with Mulesoft Enterprise Edition. MuleSoft Certified Connectors are not accessible to MuleSoft Community Edition.
About Hotovo s.r.o.
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