I am struggling with the combination of GitLab and Jira. First I tried using WEBHook but this method has a lot of limitations (e.g. no way to pass API token). "Send web request" has richer possibilities.
I managed to set the correct address to which HTTP requests are sent and a new branch in GitLab is created. Unfortunately when testing the rule I get the error "Response 301 Moved Permanently". I am trying to figure out what this error is about. In the console I get the error: "Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 400 ()"
(adress of my jira website is hashed)
Could someone please explain to me what this error is about? And is it even possible to run a webhook that will allow you to create a branch in a gitlab?
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