Webhooks can be configured for tracker artifacts and events are generated and posted to the webhook URL whenever an artifact is created, updated, moved, cloned and deleted.
Before You Begin

Keep the Webhook URL (to which the tracker artifact events would be sent) handy before you proceed with setting up Webhooks in TeamForge. You can set up Webhooks for Tracker artifacts.

Create a Webhook

  1. Log on to TeamForge and select a project from the My Workspace menu.
  2. Click PROJECT ADMIN from the Project Home menu.
  3. Click Webhooks from the Project Admin Menu.
  4. Click Create Webhook from the webhooks list page. The Create Webhook page appears.

  5. Enter a name and description for the webhook.

  6. Select the required subscriber from the list of available subscribers.

    List of available subscribers

    You can also create a new subscriber from this page.

    To create a new subscriber, click Add New Subscriber.

    On the Create New Subscriber page, provide a subscriber name and click Save.

    Add new subscriber

    The newly added subscriber gets listed in the Subscriber drop-down list.

  7. Select the required event type from the Event Type drop-down list.

    Event Types

    If you select the Pre-submit event type, the Use Internal JS VM checkbox is shown. Select this checkbox for the Response Script field to be shown. For more information on the internal JS VM and the response script, see SYNC Event Type and Scripts and Filters in the TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker.

    "Use Internal JS VM" for Pre-submit event type
  8. Select the Event Name for the selected event type. For Pre-submit event type, the keyword Presubmit is appended to the event names. Example: TeamForge.Artifact.Update.Presubmit.

  9. Enter the Webhook URL. This is the subscription endpoint URL to which the messages are sent by the TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker.

    For Pre-submit event type, if you’ve selected the Use Internal JS VM checkbox, this field is not shown as webr:// is the default subscription endpoint URL. For more information, see SYNC Event Type and Scripts and Filters in the TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker.

  10. Provide the filter string in the Subscription Filter field.

    Based on this filter, the messages are routed to the qualified subscription endpoints by the TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker. For more information, Scripts and Filters in the TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker.

  11. The Transform Script field is shown, if you’ve selected the Event Type as Post-submit.

    This script is provided for Post-submit event type message in the TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker as the subscriptions of the Post-submit event type are used for integration between different applications that have their own message format. For more information, see TOPIC Event Type and Scripts and Filters in the TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker.

  12. The Reponse Script field is shown, if you’ve selected the Event Type as Pre-submit with the Use Internal JS VM option enabled.

    For Pre-submit event type, the TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker resolves subscriptions to one endpoint, invokes it, and passes back the response back in the form of a JSON script to the caller. For more information, see SYNC Event Type and Scripts and Filters in the TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker.

  13. Click Save.

    You have successfully created a webhook for a selected artifact event.

    By default, the status of the webhook is enabled. You can enable or disable the webhook using the Status toggle button.

  14. Repeat steps 4 through 9 to add more webhooks.

Update a Webhook

  1. On the webhooks list page, click the webhook that you want to edit.

  2. Make the desired changes on the Edit Webhook page.

  3. Click Save.

Delete a Webhook

  1. On the webhook list page, click the Delete icon of the webhook that you want to delete.

  2. A confirmation message shows up. Are you sure you want to remove the webhook from project?

  3. Click OK to delete.


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