With this servicehook, you can integrate Bitbucket with Jenkins, an extendable open source continuous integration server
Setting up the service
. If you are having trouble with the hook, see Troubleshoot Bitbucket hooks. For help understanding Jenkins' security options and their implications to triggering remote builds, please review the Jenkins documentation.
Setting Up the hook
You must have administrative access on a repository to add this hook.
- Go to the Bitbucket 'Admin' tabrepository's settings.
- Click 'Services' Hooks in the 'Additional options/settings' section on the rightleft-hand side of the screennavigation.
The hooks page appears.
- Select the 'Jenkins' service hook from the dropdown list in the 'Services Administration' section Hook dropdown.
- Click 'Add service'hook.
A new section appears for the Jenkins service hook.
Enter the following information:\
- Endpoint – Enter your Jenkins endpoint URL.
- Project name – Enter your Jenkins project name.
- Token -- Enter the Jenkins token (optional).
- Module name -- Enter the Jenkins module name (optional).
- Click 'Save settings'.
Field Explanation Example Required Csrf Enabled If set, the hook will work with Jenkins when csrf is enabled on the server. Module name If set, only commits to the specified module (or directory) will trigger a Jenkins build. apps/Bitbucket Token If you have token authentication enabled for your builds, insert it here. Project Name The name of the Jenkins job you wish to run builds on bitbucket Selenium Tests Endpoint
The endpoint URL for your Jenkins instance. This can be any standard URL in the format. Basic authentication will be used when providing a username and password in the field.
- Press Save.