» aws_codebuild_webhook

Provides a CodeBuild Webhook resource.

» Example Usage

» GitHub

resource "aws_codebuild_webhook" "example" {
  name = "${aws_codebuild_project.example.name}"
}

» GitHub Enterprise

More information creating webhooks with GitHub Enterprise can be found in the CodeBuild User Guide.

resource "aws_codebuild_webhook" "example" {
  name = "${aws_codebuild_project.example.name}"
}

resource "github_repository_webhook" "example" {
  active     = true
  events     = ["push"]
  name       = "example"
  repository = "${github_repository.example.name}"

  configuration {
    url          = "${aws_codebuild_webhook.example.payload_url}"
    secret       = "${aws_codebuild_webhook.example.secret}"
    content_type = "json"
    insecure_ssl = false
  }
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • name - (Required) The name of the build project.
  • branch_filter - (Optional) A regular expression used to determine which branches get built. Default is all branches are built.

» Attributes Reference

In addition to all arguments above, the following attributes are exported:

  • id - The name of the build project.
  • payload_url - The CodeBuild endpoint where webhook events are sent.
  • secret - The secret token of the associated repository. Not returned for all source types.
  • url - The URL to the webhook.

» Import

CodeBuild Webhooks can be imported using the CodeBuild Project name, e.g.

$ terraform import aws_codebuild_webhook.example MyProjectName