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Tried creating a pre and post receive hook in bitBucket 5.2.2 instance but its not working on doing one commit to that repo.
I am just trying to create one txt file in that hook...
echo text in this file > bla.txt echo test.
I am following this link help url
here, they said that if hook does not works then set isExecutable in application.xml file to true. but in my Bitbucket installation dir, there is no such file at BITBUCKET_HOME/logs/support
Did you make the file executable (using chmod)?
Just to clarify, the application.xml file will only exist if you have generated a support zip, and it's a read-only file, so you don't need to make changes in it.
Premier Support Engineer
Please tell how to make that file executable ?
I am naming that file as '21_bitbucket_callback'. The type of this file is 'File'.
and I am putting it into :
Also my BitBucket server is installed into Windows system.
If you are an administrator, you can modify and or check the file permissions to ensure that the user running Bitbucket has the necessary permissions such as Read & Execute.
Go to the file and right-click. Select Properties and then select the Security tab. Selecting each user should display the permissions that user has in the lower window.
If you are unfamiliar with verifying permissions in Windows, I recommend having your network administrator or server system administrator to assist you with verification.
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