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Duplicated events on webhook

Hello, i'm using bitbucket webhooks to send requests, but when a pullrequest was merged, bitbucket are triggering two requests.

The requests are almost exactly the same, the only difference is the property "updated_on" which is one or two seconds apart from the first request.

This issue start recently.

The headers values of X-Request-UUID, X-B3-TraceId and X-B3-SpanId are also different from the original request.

I don't understand why i'm getting 2 requests from one merge.

Anyone are experiencing this issue as well?

5 answers

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Hi Everyone,

The issue identified with pullrequest:fulfilled repository webhook trigger events has been fixed and have verified that the webhook service is operating normally.

 

Thanks,

Atlassian Customer Support

Facing the same issue since 31st Aug noon IST. There are multiple pullrequest:fulfilled event webhooks being fired causing multiple triggers of code build jobs

Same thing happening here. Causing multiple CodeBuild builds trigger.

+1 I am having the same issue as well and it is affecting my CodeBuild Builds. 

The same situation as you have and start recently as well. I think this is common issue and cause double build.

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