Webhooks for Source Control


Webhooks are automated messages sent from Copia when new activity happens in your Organization. These messages are posted via HTTP to a specific URL of an application that is waiting to receive the message. Webhooks are used by many systems to monitor events in another system, and in some cases even perform actions based on those events.

Copia offers webhooks for many common apps, and also provides a generic, Copia-specific __ webhook for apps not listed.

See the Integrations section to view an extensive list of available webhook options. If your specific app is not listed, it can likely be supported with the Copia selection.

Webhooks for Organizations

Webhooks are available on both the Organization and Repository level.

To enable webhooks for your Organization, click on your Organization from the Dashboard.

Next, click on the teal Settings button to navigate to your Organization settings page.

Select the Webhooks tab. Click on the Add Webhook button and choose an app to integrate.

Follow the steps required for that webhook. When complete, you should see your webhook displayed in the Webhooks section. You can manage your webhook using the teal Edit and red Delete buttons.

Webhooks for Repositories

You can also elect to enable webhooks for specific repositories in your Organization.

Navigate to the repository for which you want to enable webhooks, and click on the Settings tab. Choose the Webhooks section, click on the Add Webhook button, and select an app.

Enter in all the information for your webhook. After submitting, you'll see your webhook displayed in the Webhooks section. Like with webhooks on the Organization level, editing and deleting your webhook can be done using the teal Edit and red Delete buttons.

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