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Webhook HTTP status 500

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I have setup a webhook on my plesk server. I did this for multiple repositories and it works for each, except this one...

SSH key and webhook url are correctly configured.Webhook triggers on push. On the webhook in Bitbucket I just find "Http status: 500" for my webhook request. I also can see the request body.

What I can't find, is a proper error message that is leading me to the problem.

 

Any recommendations where I find out what is causing the HTTP status 500?

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Go to your repository, click on "Pull Updates" and a error might appear there.

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Otherwise its likely that the webhook is not correctly configured.One may also check the error log.

Getting 500 error while creating webhook on bitbucket inpremise-server

Please help me resolving below issue

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Have you got an answer? I am also in same issue.

Well, I did not found a more specific error information in the log. But when I tried to manually click on "Pull updates" a permission denied error appeard and I could  fix it by changing user permission. See https://webmasters.stackexchange.com/a/123124/34589

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