I'm having trouble getting Bitbucket to trigger a Bamboo OnDemand build. I followed the documentation for setting up a Bamboo service from Bitbucket but it doesn't trigger the Plan to build. Bamboo seems to work OK though; I can trigger builds manually without any problems. As a backup I changed the build strategy to polling the repository for changes and that worked. In the mean time I can use that but I would like CI builds triggered on-commit.
I have a couple of questions:
- Does Bitbucket support making CI notifications to Bamboo OnDemand? If it helps I enabled the Accept legacy remote API calls? option in Bamboo's settings
- Is there a way to get logs or errors from Bitbucket to debug? That way I can see if it's making the call, and what the response is.
Bamboo OnDemand supports being triggered via the Bitbucket Bamboo Service. The correct URL depends on your specific instance name, but is roughly: https://<instance>.atlassian.net/builds or https://<instance>.jira.com/builds depending on the age of your OnDemand instance. No IP address is necessary in the Trigger IP field.
Check out the documentation on the Bitbucket Bamboo Service at https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BITBUCKET/Bamboo+hook+management. If you run into any issues, please open a support request.
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