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With this servicehook, you can integrate Bitbucket with Bamboo, an extendable enterprise continuous integration server. This service hook will trigger force a Bamboo builds manual build when a commit is pushed to your repository.
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Setting up the service

 Note that this will override any conditions for branches or file exclusions.

If you are having trouble with the hook, see Troubleshoot Bitbucket hooks.

Setting up the hook

 You must have administrative access on a repository to add this hook.

  1. Go to the Bitbucket 'Admin' tabrepository's settings.
  2. Click 'Services' Hooks in the left-hand side of the screennavigation.
    The hooks page appears.
  3. Select the ' Bamboo ' service hook from the Hook dropdown list in the 'Services' section.
  4. Click 'Add service'hook.
    A new section appears for the Jenkins serviceBamboo hook.
  5. Enter the following information:

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    Password – –

    FieldDescription
    Password

    Enter your Bamboo user password.

    Username 
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    If you use Google Apps with 

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    username and password: not your GoogleApps credentials. For information on resetting your 
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    password, see this page. this page.

    UsernameEnter your Bamboo username, this is the user that triggers the build
    Plan Key
    -- Enter
    Enter the Bamboo plan key (ex. BB-STAGING).
    URL -- Enter
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    URL

    Enter the URL to your Bamboo instance (ex. http://bamboo.atlassian.com)

  6. Click 'Save settings'.

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  1. Info

    For Atlassian Cloud, the URL is 

    https://<instance-name>.atlassian.net/builds/

    or 

    https://<instance-name>.jira.com/builds/
  2. Click Save.