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how can i use webhook secret with jenkins

Hitesh Kamble
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Nov 07, 2023

i read this Document and i did not get how can i do this with jenkins


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Theodora Boudale
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Nov 08, 2023

Hi Hitesh and welcome to the community!

The secret you use for a webhook can be used by the server that receives the webhook to validate its authenticity. Our documentation has an example of how the validation can be done on your server:

However, Jenkins may already have built-in functionality to do this validation for you. If that is the case, there should be an option somewhere in Jenkins configuration to:

  • either generate a secret (which you can add to the Bitbucket webhook)
  • or add a secret (if you generate a secret from Bitbucket, you could add it there)

I'm not sure if Jenkins already has this functionality built-in and if so, where to configure it. I would suggest reaching out to one of the platforms and channels for Jenkins support regarding this:

Kind regards,

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