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    Fire parameterized HTTP Requests on Workflow Transitions

    Fire parameterized HTTP Requests on Workflow Transitions

    Integration in the Workflow Editor

    Multiple Placeholders

    Supports multiple JIRA versions

    Add and configure multiple http-request-functions to your workflow transitions with ease.

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    Use placeholders to pass important information to other systems.

    Placeholders available: assignee, reporter, issue creation date, issue description, due-date, issue key, project key and the issue's summary.

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    The plugin supports a variety of different JIRA versions from JIRA 5 to the latest versions.


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    This plugin adds a configurable postprocessing workflow function to a Jira instance that is able to pass workflow specific parameters in a HTTP request to a specified target host.

    It is possible to configure a specific target URL and add custom parameters from the issue affected by the workflow transition.

    In addition you're able to select which method to use for the HTTP request.

    Placeholders currently available:

    • %ISSUE_ASSIGNEE%- The assignee's name
    • %ISSUE_CREATED%- The issue's creation date
    • %ISSUE_DESCR%- The issue description
    • %ISSUE_DUE%- The issue's due date
    • %ISSUE_KEY%- The issue key
    • %PROJECT_KEY%- The project key
    • %ISSUE_REPORTER%- The reporter's name
    • %ISSUE_SUMMARY% - The issue's summary

    Supported HTTP Methods:

    • GET (default)
    • POST
    • DELETE

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    by Tom Kielty on 2015-11-10
    Just upgraded the plugin to 1.4.0 on my JIRA 6.1.4. Plugin installed fine but did not work. I had to revert back to 1.3.0 and everything started working. I tried to contact the developer but cannot find where they asked to put comments. I love the tool but this latest release is broken on older JIRA's. I did not test this against JIRA 7.
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    by Jay Chang on 2014-07-25
    Webhooks didn't support basic authentication and I finally gave up on it. Try this latest plugin v 1.2.1 and it works perfectly.
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    by Jörg Lang on 2013-03-21
    Nice Plugin, that helps me a lot. More placeholdes, possible customizeable, would be 4* Are there any schedules to extend the placeholders? Webhooks is not helping us at our Problems because the target system isn't able to interprete the webhooks.
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    thanks for your feedback! In between, Atlassian has added a similar feature called "Webhooks" perhaps this one suits your needs better.
    There is some more detailed information about this feature in the Atlassian wiki here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Managing+Webhooks

    Best regards

    Micha Kops

    by Paul Cutter on 2012-09-04
    Excellent function Micha, did exactly what I was looking for! Used this to automatically update my TOPdesk incident management system whenever a JIRA status changed, due to a requirement to keep both systems in-line. However, I was hoping there may be a way to carry out a similar call (HTTP request) when other events are carried out in JIRA, i.e. someone adds a comment. Does this kind of thing exist?
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    Hi Paul,

    thanks for your feedback! I don't know a JIRA plugin that does this job but technically it isn't hard to implement such a feature in a plugin.


    Best regards



    by Tommy Patterson on 2012-07-12
    Are you planning to add compatibilty with JIRA 4.4? I know what is already out JIRA 5.1 but in our company we will use a 4.4 for a long time probably...
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    Hi Tommy,

    thanks for your feedback! I have opened an issue for your request in the issue tracker. Please feel free to take a look and comment if you wish to: https://bitbucket.org/hascode/httprequest-workflow-function/issue/3/assure-compatability-with-jira-44


    Best regards.



    HTTP Request Workflow Function Plugin isn't formally supported.


    Version 1.6.0 JIRA Server 5.0 - 7.2.3 Released 2016-09-04


    JIRA 7.2 Compatibility


    1. Log into your JIRA instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate HTTP Request Workflow Function Plugin via search. Results include add-on versions compatible with your JIRA instance.
    5. Click Install to download and install your add-on.
    6. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

    To find older HTTP Request Workflow Function Plugin versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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