We try to migrate an application we used with Slack to work with Hipchat. The application runs behind the firewall, so the callbackUrl (mentioned on https://developer.atlassian.com/hipchat/tutorials/building-an-add-on-with-your-own-technology-stack) is not reachable from outside.
The callbackUrl in the descriptor seems to be optional - so at least the descriptor is shown as valid without providing a callbackUrl.
But where can I get the oauth id and get/change the oauth secret ?
First, a few questions...
If you're porting from Slack, I'm guessing you'd like to build a slash command that sends notifications back into a room. If that's correct, then you can actually build an add-on that doesn't require an oauth token. You can simply send a reply back to the webhook HipChat fires to you.
Re: making your servers available from the outside... if you're using HipChat Server, then you can run everything inside your firewall as long as HipChat Server has access to your service.
So I "only" need to get the oauth id and secret in the web interface. But I can't find it.
...have mention name FirstnameLastname. Fe.: @MaartenCautreels This certainly helps to know who is being mentioned in a conversation. Imagine your colleague sends the following message...
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