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How to access debug logging information?

Enable debug logging (since 1.0.0)

You can enable the debug logging via the default mechanism of Bitbucket.

As described in this document you can enable specific logger. The Confluence Hooksfor Bitbucket logger has the name chfb-logger. You can enable it via the Bitbucket properties file or you can enable it via the following curl command.

curl -u <your-admin-user> -v -X PUT -d "" -H "Content-Type: application/json" http://<your-server>/rest/api/latest/logs/logger/chfb-logger/debug

Attention: Please disable this logging again after you have done your investigation

 curl -u <your-admin-user> -v -X PUT -d "" -H "Content-Type: application/json" http://<your-server>/rest/api/latest/logs/logger/chfb-logger/info

How to filter all Confluence Hooks for Bitbucket entries?

Each log entry will start with the prefix “chfb-logger”. To see only Bitbucket Hooks for Bitbucket log entries, just filter the entries regarding the keyword “chfb-logger”.


If you have technical issues, please add the “chfb-logger” logs to the ticket or email. Thank you in advance.

Alternatively you can create a support zip via the Bitbucket mechanism. (see

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