How to decline pull request in Bitbucket when build is failed in Jenkins?

 

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If you have a stuck build or one that didn't terminate gracefully, it's possible that Bitbucket thinks it's still running. In this case, the build may have eventually failed, but Bitbucket has become confused. You can tell if this is the case by looking at the Pull Request "Overview" page, and see if it shows "build in progress" in the upper right-hand corner. Click on the "build in progress" link to see which build(s) BB thinks are in progress, too. If the build that's in progress is actually terminated (most likely due to a failure of some sort), then you're sort of stuck because there's no direct way to remove it from BitBucket's notion of build dependencies (there's a standing ticket on this, see https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BSERV-3203). I'm in the same boat currently myself...

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