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Jenkins poll SCM not working on bitbucket

I´ve setup a poll SCM command on jenkins for several projects hosted on bitbucket to look for changes every 2 minutes, the problem is that even if I push multiple changes to my repo when jenkins does the polling it doesn´t find any changes and therefore it doesn't trigger a new build. I tried the same with projects hosted on github and it working fine. Is there any specific setup for bitbucket or something I should be aware of?

 

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Same problem with me cheeky

Same deal, working with the BB Cloud and SSH.  It can get the last Built Revision on the local workspace. But doesn't look like its grabbing the latest build revision from the remote repo. I try to manually checking out main on the local workspace. Poll still doesn't work. All it does is does an ls remote not sure what good that does me.

Ok I found a solution.

  1. Update jenkins git-plugin and git-client-plugin to the latest.
  2. Make sure your repository URL has .git at the end.

 

 

Same here too. Git Polling Log at jenkins returns "No changes" (and also no error).

I'm using HTTPS protocol.

Any ideas?

 

 

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