Setting up Bitbucket Cloud Webhook for Fisheye

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Since Fisheye's REST API Token requires Request Headers which is not supported by Bitbucket's Webhook, you would require generating a User Token and add it as part of the Webhook URL.


  1. Get Fisheye's User token by running the following command:

    curl -X POST --header 'content-type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded' --data 'userName=<Your_Username>&password=<Your_password>' --url <Your_URL>:<PORT></optional CONTEXT>/rest-service-fecru/auth/login
    eg. curl -X POST --header 'content-type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded' --data 'userName=UserA&password=MyPassword' --url http://hostname:8060/fecru/rest-service-fecru/auth/login

    (info) It should return a similar output  ->  {"token":"<username>:2:73c6729f7f5941de6841eca87860dfa0"}

    Documentation: Fisheye Crucible REST API

  2. With the token received from the API, you can add the following URL to your Bitbucket's Webhook's URL then select your preferred triggers to proceed:

    <Your_URL>:<PORT></optional CONTEXT>/rest-service-fecru/admin/repositories-v1/<Your_Repo_Name>/scan?FEAUTH=<Your_User_Token>
    eg. http://hostname:8060/fecru/rest-service-fecru/admin/repositories-v1/ronc/scan?FEAUTH=admin:2:73c6729f7f5941de6841eca87860dfa0

    (warning) Please ensure that your URL is publicly accessible before adding to your Repository's Webhook

    Documentation: Authenticating REST Request

Last modified on Nov 10, 2017

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