I am trying to register webhook in Confluence Server by using the below-mentioned URL
But the API throws an error “message”: “Webhooks are not yet supported” along with status- code 501
So is there any other way to register a webhook in the confluence server that maybe through Addon or plugin.
Can anyone help me with this?
According to the below feature request webhooks are not available in Confluence Server but we are already working on this:
Therefore, I am not sure if the documentation for the REST API endpoints to manage Webhooks was added intentionally for something that is coming in the close future or if it was mistakenly added too soon.
I have contacted DEV in order to get some clarity on this topic. I will forward their answer as soon as I will get anything back.
Also, since this was part of the original question, I have to mention that there is the below app (and possibly more) available in our marketplace that provides this fucntionality:
Calling the endpoint already gives a hint by returning error 501 (not implemented) rather than 404 (not found):
"message": "Webhooks are not yet supported",
"reason": "Not Implemented"
So, I believe the status of [CONFSERVER-52487] Webhooks for Confluence is correct and we just added the documentation too early.
Still waiting for DEV to get back to me on this.
I got confirmation from DEV this is the case:
Webhooks REST API is disabled until we assure that it works as intended (security, performances, etc) and finish the UI for it. It’s in progress and we look at shipping it in next releases. It’s not ready to be used in production yet.
Have a nice weekend.
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