Is it possible to find out if a user is pushing code through SSH or HTTPS?

I’m attempting to display a message to users when they push through HTTPS. I can’t find any information on determining the protocol that the user is using. I’ve tried grabbing the remote origin URL and searched everywhere to see if there’s a way to get the protocol, but I’m stumped. Thanks for any help.

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You can inject RequestManager into your hook (assuming you're writing a hook). Then in your hook you could do something like this:

RequestContext requestContext = requestManager.getRequestContext();
if (requestContext != null && requestContext.getProtocol().startsWith("http")) {

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Hi Matthew, I'm assuming you're using Bitbucket Server.

You can also see that from the access logs. If you need help on how to read the access logs, you can refer to How to read the bitbucket server log formats.

Hope that helps!


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