Webhook to Jenkins for Bitbucket Server and Jenkins Pipelines

Hi all,

we're using the Webhook to Jenkins for Bitbucket Datacenter to trigger our builds immediately. It has been working fine for years and we're quite happy with it. We have recently started to use Jenkins Pipelines. For some reason, the trigger does not work here. When testing hook, I get the following error message when clicking the Trigger Build button:

Error: Jenkins response: No git jobs using repository: https://sourcecode.socialcoding.bosch.com/scm/sc/socomon-go.git and branches: develop Scheduled indexing of socomon-go

The job is a multibranch pipeline and the git repo url matches the one specified in the webhook configuration. I'd appreciate any ideas on this.

Thanks and cheers,

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Hi James,

thanks a lot for your suggestion. I'm new to Jenkinsfiles so I'll have to do some reading to fully understand your suggestion. In the meantime, it turns out that the Webhook for Jenkins plugin does indeed work and does trigger our builds. The error message still shows up, though. For the time being, we're good ... I'll have a look at the Pull Request Notifier for Bitbucket plugin you mentioned, though.

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Here is the key - please read docs carefuly :)


3. Enable the Poll SCM option in the Build Triggers. This is required to remotely trigger a build. Since we don’t really need to poll, you can set the poll frequency to poll very infrequently.

4. Save your project configuration.


The configuration page of my multibranch pipeline job doesn't have a "Build Triggers" section. My understanding is that this is replaced with the section named "Scan Multibranch Pipeline Triggers" and that is already enabled with a 15 minute frequency. Still no luck.

Hi @Georg Gruetter I'm in the same boat! Did you work this one out?

Anyone have any luck figuring out a solution to this?

Same issue and have not determine a resolution.  Any of these options work.

If you do find a solution please post it here :-)

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I also have the same issue. Does anyone have a solution?

Thanks in advance

So I am making use of bitbucket server and the hook configured in bitbucket seem to work properly. Maybe it is the same for bitbucket cloud as well, its almost the same answer but please revisit the config just to be sure


I also modified the default branch in the repository settings of bitbuckeScreen Shot 2018-11-07 at 5.52.43 PM.png


I configured the hooks to insert the jenkins url using the webhook plugin provided by atlassian

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These are the settings



I installed the following plugins in jenkins

Bitbucket branch source



Now I enabled the build triggers in my pipeline project (advanced option is the name of the pipeline)

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Hope it helps!!

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