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Health checking a Bitbucket Webhook

Is there a way to ping a Webhook to check if its healthy?

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Patrik S
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Apr 11, 2023

Hello @Jonathan Li ,

Thank you for reaching out to Atlassian Community!

I'm afraid there's not an API endpoint to check if the webhook service is healthy, as the webhook requests start from the Bitbucket cloud infrastructure to the external server/service you have configured.

In case you are facing any issues with your webhooks and would like to troubleshoot them, you have the option to Enable History under Repository > Repository settings > Webhooks > View requests. When the history is enabled, all the subsequent webhooks requests that originate from that repository will be logged and can be viewed in detail, such as the event that triggered the hook, the status of the request, and the content of the payload. 

You're also welcome to take a look at our Troubleshoot webhooks article for more details on how to check the history of your webhooks.

Thank you, @Jonathan Li !

Patrik S

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