HTTP-Request Hook for Bitbucket Server

by AvR
for Bitbucket Server 4.0.0 - 4.14.12 and more
455 installs
  • Unsupported
Free app

Trigger a simple HTTP Request with optional authentication

Trigger one or multiple HTTP Requests

The plugin provides the ability to trigger one or multiple URLs after a push has been received. If it contains more than one reference, a request will be created for each.

Supports the HTTP methods: GET, POST, and PUT

Authenticate using HTTP Basic Authentication

Authentication via HTTP basic auth on any server.

Filtering the events and use generated URL

Restrict the triggering by setting up filters. Only branches or tags that match the filter will trigger.

Plus you can give information with the URL, e.g.:

The user that triggered the push by adding: ${user.name}

More details

  • Call an URL after a git push
  • Supported HTTP methods are
    • GET
    • POST
    • PUT
  • Supports HTTP basic authentication
  • Supports triggering of multiple URLs
  • Triggers each URL for each branch and tag that gets pushed
  • Supports filtering of events (e.g. only trigger an URL for pushes to the master branch)
  • Trigger a variable URL (e.g.

    http://host.name/some.script?user=${user.name})

Privacy and security

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Security

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Resources

Gallery

Where to find the Jenkins API key.