Remote trigger is not starting the build process Edited

I want to trigger a build whenever Docker Hub gets a new image of my application. Not sure if I'm doing it the right way, but I have setup a remote trigger in my build plan. When I hit the API using Postman (or a browser), I get a success response saying

"A build of DEV-DU was triggered by remote http call".

However no builds are kicked off.

 

The API I am hitting is

https://<bamboo URL>/api/rest/updateAndBuild.action?buildKey=DEV-DU

 

Is this the best way to start a build once Docker Hub gets a new image?

When I hit the API and get a success, why is my build not starting?

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Use the /queue/{projectKey}-{buildKey} API to add builds to the queue.

Check out https://docs.atlassian.com/atlassian-bamboo/REST/6.0.0/#d2e2150

How do I setup the auth so I can call the api from docker hub? I get this error when trying to access the api "Client must be authenticated to access this resource." IF I login, I also get this error when trying to call the api from the browser "XSRF check failed". Turning off XSRF checks in security settings doesn't seem to work either

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