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Pipeline not triggering on push Edited

Hi,

I am trying to get a git-ftp deployment working through Pipelines. My goal is to have a script that automatically deploy pushes in different branches to different ftp servers/accounts/folders. Most of it seems to work just fine. The manual initiation seem to work just fine and the actual deployment step works fine if I trigger it manually.

However the problem is that it do not trigger at all when I push something. 

I have tried to look at the history under webhooks but there I can only see the latest manual triggered deployment. There are no trace of any attempt to trigger the pipeline automatically upon a push. Now I do not now what more steps I can take or where to look to get the information on what it that goes wrong... Could any of you point me in the right direction? 

Thanks  

Here is my bitbucket-pipelines.yml:

image: wagnerstephan/bitbucket-git-ftp:latest

pipelines:
# CUSTOM: Pipelines that are triggered manualy via the Bitbucket GUI
custom:
# DEVELOPMENT
init-dev:
- step:
name: Init Development
deployment: development
script:
- apt-get update
- apt-get -qq install git-ftp
- git ftp init -u "$FTP_USERNAME" -p "$FTP_PASSWORD" ftp://$FTP_HOST/

deploy-all-dev:
- step:
name: Deploy all Dev.
deployment: development
script:
- git reset --hard
- git ftp push -u "$FTP_USERNAME" -p "$FTP_PASSWORD" ftp://$FTP_HOST --all

# PRODUCTION
init-prod:
- step:
name: Init Prod.
deployment: production
script:
- apt-get update
- apt-get -qq install git-ftp
- git ftp init -u "$FTP_USERNAME" -p "$FTP_PASSWORD" ftp://$FTP_HOST/

deploy-all-prod:
- step:
name: Deploy all Prod.
deployment: production
script:
- git reset --hard
- git ftp push -u "$FTP_USERNAME" -p "$FTP_PASSWORD" ftp://$FTP_HOST --all

# BRANCHES: Automated triggers on commit/push to branches
branches:
development:
- step:
name: Deploy Dev.
deployment: development
script:
- git reset --hard
- git ftp push -u "$FTP_USERNAME" -p "$FTP_PASSWORD" ftp://$FTP_HOST

master:
- step:
name: Deploy Prod.
deployment: production
script:
- git reset --hard
- git ftp push -u "$FTP_USERNAME" -p "$FTP_PASSWORD" ftp://$FTP_HOST/

 

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