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How to create a webhook that triggers on Merge button

Hernando Gallego
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Apr 26, 2023

I am trying to create a why so my jenkins Pipeline gets triggered when the user hits the MERGE button on bitbucket.


Is there a way to achieve that? Seems like a Webhook might need to be developed but i cannot see proper payloads for that kind of data.



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Patrik S
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Apr 27, 2023

Hello @Hernando Gallego ,

Welcome to the Community!

Could you please let us know if your question concerns Bitbucket Cloud or Bitbucket Server? 

If it's Bitbucket Cloud, you can create a new webhook by accessing Repository Settings > Webhooks > Add webhook. While adding the new webhook you will be presented with all the available trigger options, where one of them is PullRequest:Merge.

The details of each trigger event and their respective payloads are available in the following documentation : 

Thank you, @Hernando Gallego!

Patrik S

Hi @Hernando Gallego -

You may want to consider evaluating a tool like Webhook to Jenkins for Bitbucket to help you achieve your goal. It will enable you to trigger a build in Jenkins when a Pull Request is merged.

You can reach out to our awesome support team to ask any questions you might have.

You can also email me at and I can put in contact with our PM to further discuss your needs and schedule a demo. We'd be happy to help you any time.


Jennifer Dempsey, Product Marketing Manager, Appfire

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