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Bitbucket Server integration with jenkins

Hi, there.


I'm trying to trigger webhook event when my Bitbucket repository got 'push' event. 

The version is.. Bitbucket Server 4.7.1 and Jenkins 2.14 installed version.


I tried 2 way.

1> Using Bitbucket Server Webhook to Jenkins

I installed this and try to configure Jenkins URL like this. (I hide my domain address as 'xxxxx')


I already installed Jenkins Bitbucket plugin and check 'Build when a change is pushed to BitBucket' option for specific repository build trigger.


{"message":"Jenkins response: <html>\n<head>\n<meta http-equiv=\"Content-Type\" content=\"text/html; charset=UTF-8\"/>\n<title>Error 404 Not Found</title>\n</head>\n<body><h2>HTTP ERROR 404</h2>\n<p>Problem accessing /bitbucket-hook/git/notifyCommit. Reason:\n<pre>    Not Found</pre></p><hr><i><small>Powered by Jetty://</small></i><hr/>\n\n</body>\n</html>\n","url":"","successful":false}


It looks like there are version conflict or something. So, I forgive to use it.


2> Using normal Webhooks. Add-in name is 'bitbucket-webhooks'

After install this add-ins, I can found new menu on the left pannel, menu name is 'Webhooks'.

So, set Jenkins to allow run from external URL and put like this.

image2016-8-17 10:19:7.png


This url include all information to run specific Jenkins job and working correctly when I put this url on my web browser. Jenkins job has triggered.


But after push any source in Bitbucket repository, it is not called.

This problem is not associated with Jenkins.


Can you give me any advice solve this problem?


Best regards,

Chris Cho


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For triggering build in Jenkins automatically once changes done into Bitbucket SCM you have to install 

"Bitbucket Server Webhook to Jenkins" in Bitbucket ...

If already installed then you have to enable "Post Receive" Hook on that particular repo.

Once you are done this In Jenkins Job you have to add "poll SCM".





Can you show the last image configuration?

The 'Bitbucket Server Webhook to Jenkins' configuration is confused..

Like Mikhail likes this

Provide the related Jenkins details and you can do that ..

I already configured that things now i can do only Disable/Enable kind of thing as you can see there two tabs are available . :smile:

On the last image, you can find pencil icon right side of "Bitbucket Server Webhook to Jenkins".

Can you click it and show me the configuration?

see the configurations nothing grate in this ....simply we need to provide our Jenkins related info.....:smile:




Thanks a lot. So, Jenkins URL is just only Jenkins URL.

There are lots of wrong guide to put additional address like../bitbucket/

Now, it is working. Thanks a lot!

HI @Chris

If you are satisfied with this answer please Accept this bcz it will helps others to sort out their problems like this. 

@Yogesh Mude[Jira] Okay, I did it! Thank you for help!!

Still not working for me..

Is it the authentication needs to be set between Bitbucket and jenkins before hand?


I have Bitbucket in a server and JEnkins in another and I do a http call.Capture1.PNG

@Yogesh Mude[JirI know this is late and you may not remember, but I came across this issue and this solved the problem. Why do I need to "poll SCM" if I've set Bitbucket to notify on changes. Doesn't this defeat the purpose? For now I just set the polling to happen yearly since I really don't want a job to start from random polling events.

Like Corey Scott likes this

You can use plugin for integrate Bitbucket and Jenkins

go, get:

Bitbucket Branch Source PluginAllows to use Bitbucket Cloud as a source for multi-branch projects. It also provides the required connectors for Bitbucket Cloud Team Folder (also known as repositories auto-discovering). 2.2.15    

  Bitbucket PluginIntegrates with BitBucket

the second is the plugin that you have installed.

The top is the one that will upgrade you plugin.


Now under Manage Jenkins --> Configure System --> there will be a: Bitbucket Endpoints ---> add Bitbucket Server ---> Server URL : add the server url... and redo what you were trying to do.. good luck


Grace Tshihata: email me if it doesn't work

when redoing the job configuration... make sure you choose bitbucket

Like beznas likes this

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