» github_repository_webhook

This resource allows you to create and manage webhooks for repositories within your GitHub organization or personal account.

» Example Usage

resource "github_repository" "repo" {
  name         = "foo"
  description  = "Terraform acceptance tests"
  homepage_url = "http://example.com/"

  private = false

resource "github_repository_webhook" "foo" {
  repository = "${github_repository.repo.name}"

  name = "web"

  configuration {
    url          = "https://google.de/"
    content_type = "form"
    insecure_ssl = false

  active = false

  events = ["issues"]

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • repository - (Required) The repository of the webhook.

  • events - (Required) A list of events which should trigger the webhook. See a list of available events.

  • configuration - (Required) key/value pair of configuration for this webhook. Available keys are url, content_type, secret and insecure_ssl. secret is the shared secret, see API documentation.

  • active - (Optional) Indicate of the webhook should receive events. Defaults to true.

  • name - (Optional) The type of the webhook. web is the default and the only option.

» Attributes Reference

The following additional attributes are exported:

  • url - URL of the webhook

» Import

Repository webhooks can be imported using the name of the repository, combined with the id of the webhook, separated by a / character. The id of the webhook can be found in the URL of the webhook. For example: "https://github.com/foo-org/foo-repo/settings/hooks/14711452".

Importing uses the name of the repository, as well as the ID of the webhook, e.g.

$ terraform import github_repository_webhook.terraform terraform/11235813

If secret is populated in the webhook's configuration, the value will be imported as "********".