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Can Automation for Jira (Server) transition issues based on BitBucket pull requests?

I know there is functionality on Jira Cloud but not on Server, so is there another way to do this?

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Darryl Lee Community Leader Jan 18, 2021

Hi - I think you'll have/want to use Incoming webhooks:

Incoming webhook
* Available in Server Lite: No
* Related smart values: {{webhookData}}

A webhook is a way for a third party to trigger an Automation Rule. The webhook can specify specific issues to act on or even provide Automation for Jira with real-time data that you can use to update your issues. We have some great examples on how we have used webhooks in our blog:

* Triage customer feedback and add a slack notification
* How to use Automation for Jira to improve Continuous Delivery
* Integrate Jira and GitHub.


Then you'll need to set up BitBucket PRs to trigger that webhook you setup:


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