I have created confluence access token using the below-mentioned link,
As per Atlassian Webhook Docs mentioned below
Confluence supports webhooks but URL to create webhook is not mentioned properly in the documentation.
Can you please help me with Url and parameters.
Hello @kuldeep kushwaha,
Confluence Cloud does have Webhooks, as you have already discovered. However, Confluence does not have a Webhook administration page as in Jira. We have the below feature request for this:
Webhooks can be registered through the descriptor file in Confluence Cloud as mentioned on this thread from our Developer Community, Are webhooks available to add-ons in Confluence Server.
In case you have any further questions about this, I advise you to raise a question on the Developer Community that I linked above. Be advised that the regular Atlassian Community is focused on end-users, so you're more likely to find the help you need from the Developer Community.
Yes, you can! Here's the documentation below:
If you have any questions regarding this, please reach out to the Developer Community instead; they will be able to answer any questions for you related to developing for Atlassian products.
I want to integrate confluence with our product webMethods.io Integration in the same was as slack is integrated with confluence.
Any changes made in confluence is notified to me on our notification url can we achieve this through macro.
I asked the same query on the Atlassian community.
The above link provided by you explains how to create macros but can I achieve instant notification updates by using macros.
Could you please help me with this.
Thank you for the explanation. I'm not familiar with creating add-ons, so I don't have any information on that, unfortunately.
You'll want to raise this question on the Developer Community that I let you know about. The folks there are more familiar with add-on and macro development for Confluence, and they'll be able to give you advice.
Can you elaborate on what you mean by instant updates? I confirmed earlier that webhooks are supported in Confluence. Administration of webhooks is not supported, and that's the feature request I sent you.
At this point, it's a feature request, so there is no estimate as to when or if this will be implemented. You can see our Implementation of New Features Policy for details on how we choose to implement new features.
If, at some point in the future, a feature is chosen to be implemented, updates will be included on the feature request ticket. You can watch a ticket in order to be included on those updates.
By Instant Updates I mean provide me with JSON Data as soon as some event Is Performed in Confluence Pages or Spaces.
But as u said Webhooks are available under descriptor file in Confluence Cloud
Can you just help me with where can I find the Descriptor file?
Hi @kuldeep kushwaha ,
I believe you are mixing 2 things that have nothing to do with each other. However, to make sure we are all on the same page:
Finally, in the below page is explained how to build an add-on that, among the other things, listens and responds via a Webhook when a new page is created in Confluence:
Please notice that I am providing this just as an example. The above page is not part of our official documentation, is not supported by us and it might be outdated.
I hope this clarifies.
Hello @kuldeep kushwaha ,
Allow me to step in and try to summarize everything that has been said till now.
However, before going any further, I'd like to also try to make clear that this is not the best place to ask development related questions. The right resources are listed in https://developer.atlassian.com/resources:
Once this has been said:
I hope this clarifies.
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