Is there an interface (Java) to see if a hook is enabled/disabled? I only need access inside of it's own class.
Is this going to be a Catch-22 scenario, where the class doesn't fire if the hook is disabled?
Calling the REST endpoint is basically just doing a HTTP request. If you're on linux/mac you can use curl to do that:
curl -X GET -u <repo-admin-user>http://stash.example.com/rest/api/latest/projects/<projectKey>/repos/<repositorySlug>/settings/hooks
And to enable/disable a hook:
curl -X PUT -u <repo-admin-user>http://stash.example.com/rest/api/latest/projects/<projectKey>/repos/<repositorySlug>/settings/hooks/<hookKey>/enabled/true
Yes. I got the hook key from the first command. However, the following does not seem to work. I am still missing something.
I am getting a error code 404.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?><status><status-code>404</status-code><message>null for uri: http://ets-test-cmteam:7990/rest/api/latest/projects/RNDAP/repos/ap-eclipsetools/settings/hooks/com.atlassian.stash.stash-bundled-hooks:force-push-hook/enabled/true</message></stat
Ah apologies, I read our REST documentation wrong. The /true suffix is the problem. The command to enable a hook is
curl -X PUT -u repo-admin-user http://ets-test-cmteam:7990/projects/RNDAP/repos/ap-eclipsetools/settings/hooks/com.atlassian.stash.stash-bundled-hooks:force-push-hook/enabled
To disable the hook, send a DELETE instead:
curl -X DELETE -u repo-admin-user http://ets-test-cmteam:7990/projects/RNDAP/repos/ap-eclipsetools/settings/hooks/com.atlassian.stash.stash-bundled-hooks:force-push-hook/enabled
Enable or disable hook works fine with REST API. How about change value?
I'm using an external pre-receive hook with parameters. Can I change a parameter value via rest api?
How I can set new value, for example: params":"-M email@example.com" ?
Thanks in advance.
You need to do a PUT by passing the parameters
I think this should solve your problem.
Look into this documentation from Atlassian for more info.
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