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Manually trigger build on local jenkins server adding in query parameters

Is it possible to trigger a Jenkins build from bitbucket manually via some UI or other means? I would also like to be able to add some query parameters to the request which could be read in the JenkinsFile and run the pipline in different ways based on the passed parameters. I currently have web hooks working which trigger the builds on the local Jenkins automatically. An example would be to manually trigger the build and have it run e2e or Unit tests which I dont want to run on every commit only when the user decides to run them.

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Theodora Boudale
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Nov 30, 2022

Hi Philip,

I think that the integration between Bitbucket and Jenkins relies on webhooks to trigger the builds automatically. I'm not sure if there is a way to trigger the builds manually. I would suggest reaching out to the support team or forums of Jenkins as well with this question, as the integration is not built by Atlassian.

Kind regards,

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