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Bug? Getting 500 Server error when creating a new webhook via API 2.0 Edited

Hi Folks,

when sending a webhook create request with a POST request to{account}/{repoSlug}/hooks

and a body of

"description": "push hook",
"url": "",
"active": true,
"events": [

using basic auth, I receive the response 

"type": "error",
"error": {
"message": "Something went wrong",
"id": "6cf1e136e03f4d4cb9d485e1ca203f07"

This started today, last week it was working with the same request and body.  The {account}, {repoSlug} variables as well as the basic auth can be assumed to be working, since they work for other requests, like for example: 



I suppose I don't run into rate limits (i was manually testing adding and removing the hooks, but we're talking of at most 20 requests, and all of them failed with the above error) , but if it was the only possibility, how could I notice?

I'm using bitbucket cloud @home and bitbucket server @Work.

Edit: deleting a hook works with anything else being same (via DELETE on{hookId})

Edit: the API key has permissions to create hooks

Another edit: submitted a bug report for this

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