I have configured a Jenkins hook for a Bitbucket repo, and the configuration appears to be correct — when I reconstruct the URL it should be hitting using the values in the configuration, it fires off a Jenkins build.
I.e., When I hit `<endpoint>/job/<project name>/build?token=<token>` in my browser, it correctly triggers a build.
Here are the troubleshooting steps I have taken to try to resolve this issue:
X 0. Configured Jenkins commit hook.
Atlassian support checked it out, and it turns out that Jenkins is sending back a 403. I tried it out in another browser, and sure enough, even though I'm sending a token value, Jenkins is still showing the login page.
The next step will be to get Jenkins to allow a ping to the build URL (with appropriate token value) without requiring login.
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