How to get Stash user's IP when PullEvent is fired

Hi,

I am implemented simple listener for PullEvent in Stash.
There are the following methods available: getRepository(), getDate(), getSource()
from pullEvent object.

Is it possible to get user's IP/Hostname who just took pull action?
Thank you in advance!

Michal

public class PullEventListener {
    @EventListener
    public void onPullEvent(RepositoryPullEvent pullEvent) {
        StashUser user = pullEvent.getUser();
        Repository repository = pullEvent.getRepository();
        Date date = pullEvent.getDate();
        Source source = pull.getSource();
        ...
        _mailService.submit( message );
    }
}

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Nick Pellow Atlassian Team Mar 16, 2015

Try listening for a RequestStartedEvent instead.

This event has a 

public RequestContext getRequestContext()

method. From the RequestContext object, you can get the raw request via

Object getRawRequest();

and cast the result down to a 

RequestInfoProvider and from there call
String getRemoteAddress();

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