Jira webhooks to Jenkins

Maximiliano Javier Julio May 17, 2024

Hello everyone

I am experiencing failures in sending webhooks to Jenkins from Jira(It does not fire the jobs in jenkins). The webhooks are configured in various workflow transitions as Postfuction.

These webhooks basically trigger three jobs where one adds a comment after the transition, another one modifies values in the issue fields and the third one changes the status.
I checked the most common causes that can generate problems (edit permissions, webhook configuration in Jira, conditions in the flow, stage curl) but I didn't find the solution.

Has anyone had any similar situation of these characteristics or do you know another reason that could be causing it?
Thanks in advance.

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Mark Rekveld - Marvelution
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Marketplace Partners provide apps and integrations available on the Atlassian Marketplace that extend the power of Atlassian products.
May 17, 2024

I cannot say I have ever had a good longterm experience with webhooks. For some reason I always in the end opt for a first class app, plugin or tool to replace the webhook because of runtime issues where webhooks didn't get triggered or the receiving end didn't receive the message.

Declaimer ahead of time, I'm the developer of the Jenkins Integration for Jira app!

The Jenkins Integration for Jira app supports triggering Jenkins builds of jobs using a Workflow Post function that greatly simplifies the setup. Just configure the job(s) you want to trigger and the integration will make sure the trigger gets send.


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