as we are registering more and more webhooks in our JIRA - I have wondered:
The performance is a variable that depends on many factor. How are you mesuring the perfermance of your sistem?
The webhooks are threads that run seperatly. So, if you server has "room" the UI threads shuldn't be afected to mutch.
I think the better solution is to create something like a proxy where you put the business logic that you need. For example, create only one webhook for create issue that is trigerd for all the issues, inside the service that is called by the webhook validate what you need to do.
If we have to enable Webhooks with JQL for only one project, will it still raise and send notifications of events for all projects in the Jira portal first and then filter on the project as per JQL for events processing?
We are interested in processing the events only on 1 project and hence we don't want the performance impact because of hundreds of other projects with several thousands of jira updates raising events on a daily basis.
Please explain how the webhooks behave with projects filter JQL to limit the events processing.
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