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Bamboo plan is not starting with Bitucket commit?

Shashmika Dolshanka Oct 11, 2016

I have bamboo set up with the testing branch of my Bitbucket repository, and I have set the build plan to trigger when new commits are pushed.


Also linked bamboo from Bitbucket as a sevice and link. 


The problem is that when I push code to testing branch, it won't trigger the build plan. Is there any other thing to do?

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Alexey Chystoprudov Atlassian Team Oct 11, 2016

Hello Shashmika Dolshanka,

It looks like your Bamboo instance is not visible from internet, as address 10.x.x.x is for intranets only, so for networks inside organizations. So Bitbucket can't access it to trigger build.

Instead you need to configure Bamboo to fetch changes from BitBucket. You can do it by adding Polling trigger to your plan. Also if you want Bamboo to build changes from repository branches, you need to enable Branches at Plan configuration > Branches

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