This post is going to walk you through the steps required to make a Bitbucket Server Repo Event trigger a Pipeline or Workflow in Harness.
Currently, that’s not achievable with out-of-the-box features only (like with Bitbucket SaaS offering from Atlassian).
In our example, I used a Bitbucket server on version 6.2.0, to cover our 80/20–Pareto customers. But, there are newer versions here.
To make the integration work, we’ll need a Bitbucket Plugin called Post Webhooks for Bitbucket. We have some references on the docs already in this section.
So… let’s do it!
FIRST STEPS - Installing the Plugin
There are a few ways to do that, but I think the easier one is to go on your Left Panel → ADD-ONS → Find new apps → Search for “Post Webhooks for Bitbucket”. That’s the one we’re looking for:
After you get that, you’ll find details in the Manage apps section.
SECOND STEPS - Configuring a Harness trigger
This step is very straightforward! Just create a trigger as you would create one for Bitbucket.
The only important part here is to make sure your branch regex will match. You might have to test it a few times on the Bitbucket side, but that’s not exhaustive at all.
For testing purposes, I’m going with a “.+”, and I’ll call a simple GKS NGINX Workflow:
Submit that, and save your Bitbucket Webhook for later steps.
THIRD STEPS - Configuring a Bitbucket Repo - and the Webhook
As this is a test env, I’ve created a very simple Project Repo:
If you go on your Repository Setting (that gear icon), you are going to see the extra Plugin option there. It’s called Post Webhooks, and it’s under the WORKFLOW section (left-side panel):
Just add the webhook there! Follow my example, and fit the triggering Events to your use case:
LAST STEPS - Let’s test that!!!
I’ll do a silly update to the trigger.txt file:
I hope you could understand and reproduce my steps. Feel free to ask us anything, here in this thread, so we can help ASAP!