Stash Webhook to Jenkins refuses to start

The add-on says may require a license, check logs, but there is nothing in the logs about this. I have tried service restart, host restart, plug-in uninstall/reinstall.

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What Stash logs are you looking at? catalina and/or stash log?

Can you increase the log level to get more information?

Catalina logs are what I was looking at, didn't realize there was more than one application log, I thought all the data got pushed to catalina. I can try to add verbosity.

I was able to resolve the issue by rolling back the plugin version to the previous version. Perhaps the plugin was unhappy with our Stash revision.

I am on Stash 3.3.1 and have same problem trying to update the Stash Webhook to Jenkins plugin when trying to upgrade to version 2.7.0 or 2.7.1

When I roll back to 2.6.0, no problem starting this plugin.

Don, I had the same results. I probably should have mentioned I am using Stash 3.2.0.

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