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Adding Slack webhook CURL command in bitbucket pipeline

I am planning to add a command to my bitbucket pipeline.

curl -X POST -H 'Content-type: application/json' --data '{"text":"Allow me to reintroduce myself!"}' YOUR_WEBHOOK_URL

How do I do that, if I add this line it shows an error,  guide me with correct steps for this.

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Hi @Ajay Maurya ,

Thank you for your question!

It's a good case to use slack-notify pipe.

script:
  - pipe: atlassian/slack-notify:0.3.5
    variables:
      WEBHOOK_URL: $WEBHOOK_URL
      MESSAGE: 'Allow me to reintroduce myself!'


More useful pipes you can discover on the Bitbucket Pipes Marketplace.

Cheer,
Alex

Hi @Oleksandr Kyrdan  

Thanks for the help.  
I ended applying the same thing which you mentioned https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/slack-notify/src/master/

I am glad I did it the correct way.
Thanks once again.

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Daniel Eads Atlassian Team May 08, 2020

Hi Ajay, welcome to the Community!

I can see this curl command matches what's in Slack's 'hello world' tutorial. There are some prerequisites to sending a notification like this in the guide; an app already needs to be set up in your Slack instance to generate a webhook URL and connect it to a channel.

Are you able to run this curl command locally and receive the message in Slack?

If so, can you post the error you're receiving from the pipeline?

Thanks,
Daniel

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