I'm using bitbucket webhook to trigger jenkins jobs and it looks like its sending the wrong actor information.
The setup is the following:
In jenkins job I set new user.name and user.email, because upon successful build it is supposed to increment version and push it to repository. I look at git logs and see corresponding name and email as it is set in the job. However, in the webhook payload I see different account (username and email) on the exact same commit hash. It happens to be the previous data and I have no idea how bitbucket gathers this data then.
Can somebody please explain where this actor information is taken from if not from commit info or if there is another possible explanation?
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