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Custom listener Scriptrunner Bitbucekt


Hello and thank you in advance for the assistance.

I am trying to write a listener for Bitbucket repositories but i am not sure where to start or to go about it.

I am trying to write a listener to on all changes in repositories specifically MergedEvent.

I want to listen for events where a a branch is merged with another matching the condition if the pull request content files with a certain extension.

As a result send an HTTP request with the file name, repository name and other info i can get.

1 answer

Hi @Hamdy Atakora ,

Have you already seen ScriptRunner for Bitbucket's documentation on Custom Listeners, which can be found here:

We also have a custom Script Console script in our Library which shows how to make HTTP requests, which you might also find useful:

Does this help you get started with the custom listener you are trying to write? Or do you require more help?

Kind regards,

Robert Giddings,

Product Manager, ScriptRunner for Bitbucket

A little too late in replying here but nonetheless . Thank you. We went wit a different approach .  Appreciate it.

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