push details from the Bitbucket server

Whenever a push happen to any repository in the bitbucket server, the push details (repository name, project name, project description, commit message(JIRA issue id), user who pushed, date/time) needs to be written in the separate log file in the bitbucket server.

Is there any way to achieve this ?

 

Thanks,

Nisha

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Bitbucket Server 5.4 release notesBitbucket Server 5.4 release notesHi Shamsunisha,

 

Some of these details are available in the Bitbucket Server access log. It's format is documented on the How to read the Bitbucket Server Log Formats page.

This, however, only contains the repository name, project name, user and date/time.

The audit log also contains the details of the RepositoryPushEvent when the audit log priority (audit.highest.priority.to.log) is configured to low.

You could read the details available from this file and create another one based on them.

 

As alternative, you could see if a Webhook (available from Bitbucket Server 5.4) would be a better option for you.

 

Caterina

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