How to guess the branch from which the Build status updated was issued

I wold like to know if there is a way to discern which branch in Bitbucket Pipelines triggers the a webhook with an Build status updated event. This information is not available inmediatly on the payload, so, I don't know where else to find it.

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Hi Jorge,

The repo:commit_status_updated event should have a refname field within the commit_status object. This will be the name of the branch that triggered the pipeline (if it was triggered by a branch commit. Pipelines can also be triggered by tags, and manually).

Do you see this field in the webhooks you have configured?

Thanks,

Phil

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