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Webhook is running, but provides 'Invalid URL' when saving in Bitbucket Edited

Hey all!

I have finished setting up the webhook on our server which is hosting the development build of our project. I can navigate to the page which lets us know that it is up and running:

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When linking to this in the 'Bitbucket -> Repository -> Settings -> Webhooks' section, we get an "Invalid Url" error when saving.

So far as I can tell, everything is configured correctly as per this tutorial, so I was wondering if anyone would be able to provide a hand!

Thank you =)

1 answer

This has been resolved!

I had been using underscores in the URL which I created, and django has trouble interpreting those underscores. Concatonating the URL by removing underscores fixed the problem, and the webhook now works.

HI @alex-gelinas

Can you please add the example of URL how you have been added.

We are facing the same issue.

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