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Bitbucket POST webhook to TeamCity

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Good morning to everyone!

 

Already readed:

- Bitbucket-questions/Trigger-teamcity-build-on-pull-request
- confluence.jetbrains.com/REST+API
- confluence.jetbrains.com/Accessing+Server+by+HTTP

 

We have:

- Bitbucket Cloud
- Local TeamCity server and agents

The problem is the following: run build with webhooks and not with polling.

TeamCity side, for trig a build there are only two POST URL:

- a deprecated one with parameters in the query string (note: docs says "HTTP GET" but "405 Only POST method is allowed for this request")
- the "new" one with parameters in the request body

Bitbucket side:

- webhook are only in GET (we need to make a POST)
- i can't find how to specify wildcard/placeholder for URL/Body parameters as "actual branch" 
- there are little few plugins that can help, but they aren't available for cloud

 

Nice plugin: http-request-hook-for-bitbucket-server - it will solve our problem, performing a request with a wildcard to the deprecated Teamcity url... but isn't available for Bitbucket Cloud.

 

Any suggestions on how to make this works?
Thanks in advance.

3 answers

Hi. I have the same problem. Have you solved it?

do you resolved the problem ? I have the same problem, I want to do a POST to run a specific build configuration when a story change of the status. 

Like Leslie Hernández G likes this

Thank you for answer.

Then I need to create a POST request that contains information when a JIRA status changes from In Progress to Done, and then receive it.

But i dont understand where I call the Teamcity API, because already have the curl request to run a build.

 

curl -v -u user:pass https://...app/rest/buildQueue --request POST --header "Content-Type:application/xml" --data-binary @Build.xml

webhookexample.png

I created a TeamCity plugin to solve this exact problem.

It listens for webhooks and then allows you to extract variables from a webhook payload using JSONPath, and assign them to build parameters for TeamCity. Then it triggers the build.

See more here: https://github.com/tcplugins/tcWebHookTrigger

do you resolved the problem ? I have the same problem, I want to do a POST to run a specific build configuration when a story change of the status. 

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