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Webhooks allows for integration between source code versioning system and Kraken. This way a push to Git repository may trigger a CI or a pull/merge request a DEV flow. Currently the supported Git hosting services are GitHub, GitLab and Gitea.

Webhooks configuration is located in a project web page, under Web Hooks tab. There are switches that enable or disable receiving webhook requests from a selected service.

When a webhook for a given Git hosting service is enabled then there is provided a URL and a secret that should be set in a project settings page for webhooks in this service. In Git hosting services this page can be found:

  • GitHub -<user>/<project>/settings/hooks
  • GitLab -<user>/<project>/-/hooks
  • Gitea -<user>/<project>/settings/hooks.

On this page there are several fields that should be filled:

  • Payload URL - set to URL from Kraken that was mentioned above,
  • Content Type - set to application/json
  • Secret or Token - take from Kraken, it was mentioned above.

In section Which events would you like to trigger this webhook? select Let me select individual events. and then check Pull requests and Pushes.

Now webhook can be saved. You may try to trigger testing request.