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Setting headers in the POST callback of a Webhook

I am trying to trigger a build of a Jenkins job through a JIRA webhook. But I am getting a 403 error, which mean it is missing the authentication token in the POST request. Is there any way to set headers in the webhook URL?

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Hi,

Thank you for the reply. But how can I set that header in JIRA? Because it is only possible to set the URL in the webhook configurations. 

I agree on Jira Cloud, we need a definitive answer from Jira.

as of 11-03-2020 this is STILL not possible!  why?......

Hello Lara,

Here is the needed headers

:
BASE64Encoder base=new BASE64Encoder();
String encoding = base.encode ("username:password".getBytes());
postRequest.setHeader("Authorization", "Basic " + encoding);
postRequest.setHeader("X-Atlassian-Token","nocheck"); 

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