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Webhook-Ereignisse und -Nutzlasten

Hier erfährst du, wann jedes Webhookereignis auftritt und was die Nutzlast enthält.

About webhook events and payloads

You can create webhooks that subscribe to the events listed on this page. To limit the number of HTTP requests to your server, you should only subscribe to the specific events that you plan on handling. For more information, see "Creating webhooks."

Each webhook event on this page includes a description of the webhook properties for that event. If the event has multiple actions, the properties corresponding to each action are included.

Each event is only available to specific types of webhooks. For example, an organization webhook can subscribe to the team event, but a repository webhook cannot. The description of each webhook event lists the availability for that event. For more information, see "Types of webhooks."

Payload cap

Payloads are capped at 25 MB. If an event generates a larger payload, GitHub will not deliver a payload for that webhook event. This may happen, for example, on a create event if many branches or tags are pushed at once. We suggest monitoring your payload size to ensure delivery.

Delivery headers

HTTP POST payloads that are delivered to your webhook's configured URL endpoint will contain several special headers:

  • X-GitHub-Hook-ID: The unique identifier of the webhook.
  • X-GitHub-Event: The name of the event that triggered the delivery.
  • X-GitHub-Delivery: A globally unique identifier (GUID) to identify the delivery.
  • X-GitHub-Enterprise-Version: The version of the GitHub Enterprise Server instance that sent the HTTP POST payload.
  • X-GitHub-Enterprise-Host: The hostname of the GitHub Enterprise Server instance that sent the HTTP POST payload.
  • X-Hub-Signature: This header is sent if the webhook is configured with a secret. This is the HMAC hex digest of the request body, and is generated using the SHA-1 hash function and the secret as the HMAC key. X-Hub-Signature is provided for compatibility with existing integrations. We recommend that you use the more secure X-Hub-Signature-256 instead.
  • X-Hub-Signature-256: This header is sent if the webhook is configured with a secret. This is the HMAC hex digest of the request body, and is generated using the SHA-256 hash function and the secret as the HMAC key. For more information, see "Validating webhook deliveries."
  • User-Agent: This header will always have the prefix GitHub-Hookshot/.
  • X-GitHub-Hook-Installation-Target-Type: The type of resource where the webhook was created.
  • X-GitHub-Hook-Installation-Target-ID: The unique identifier of the resource where the webhook was created.

To see what each header might look like in a webhook payload, see "Example webhook delivery."

Example webhook delivery

You can choose to have payloads delivered in JSON format (application/json) or as URL-encoded data (x-www-form-urlencoded). Following is an example of a webhook POST request that uses the JSON format.

> POST /payload HTTP/2

> X-GitHub-Delivery: 72d3162e-cc78-11e3-81ab-4c9367dc0958
> X-GitHub-Enterprise-Version: 2.15.0
> X-GitHub-Enterprise-Host: example.com
> X-Hub-Signature: sha1=7d38cdd689735b008b3c702edd92eea23791c5f6
> X-Hub-Signature-256: sha256=d57c68ca6f92289e6987922ff26938930f6e66a2d161ef06abdf1859230aa23c
> User-Agent: GitHub-Hookshot/044aadd
> Content-Type: application/json
> Content-Length: 6615
> X-GitHub-Event: issues
> X-GitHub-Hook-ID: 292430182
> X-GitHub-Hook-Installation-Target-ID: 79929171
> X-GitHub-Hook-Installation-Target-Type: repository

> {
>   "action": "opened",
>   "issue": {
>     "url": "http(s)://<em>HOSTNAME</em>/api/v3/repos/octocat/Hello-World/issues/1347",
>     "number": 1347,
>     ...
>   },
>   "repository" : {
>     "id": 1296269,
>     "full_name": "octocat/Hello-World",
>     "owner": {
>       "login": "octocat",
>       "id": 1,
>       ...
>     },
>     ...
>   },
>   "sender": {
>     "login": "octocat",
>     "id": 1,
>     ...
>   }
> }

branch_protection_rule

This event occurs when there is activity relating to branch protection rules. For more information, see "About protected branches." For information about the APIs to manage branch protection rules, see the GraphQL documentation or "Branch protection" in the REST API documentation.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Administration" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für branch_protection_rule

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für branch_protection_rule

A branch protection rule was created.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

rule object Erforderlich

The branch protection rule. Includes a name and all the branch protection settings applied to branches that match the name. Binary settings are boolean. Multi-level configurations are one of off, non_admins, or everyone. Actor and build lists are arrays of strings.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

cache_sync

This event occurs when a Git ref has been successfully synced to a cache replica. For more information, see "About repository caching."

Verfügbarkeit für cache_sync

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für cache_sync

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
after string Erforderlich
before string Erforderlich
cache_location string Erforderlich
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

ref string Erforderlich
repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

check_run

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a check run. For information about check runs, see "Getting started with the Checks API." For information about the APIs to manage check runs, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Check Runs" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to check suites, use the check-suite event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Checks" repository permission. To receive the rerequested and requested_action event types, the app must have at least write-level access for the "Checks" permission. GitHub Apps with write-level access for the "Checks" permission are automatically subscribed to this webhook event.

Repository and organization webhooks only receive payloads for the created and completed event types in repositories.

Note: The API only looks for pushes in the repository where the check run was created. Pushes to a branch in a forked repository are not detected and return an empty pull_requests array and a null value for head_branch.

Verfügbarkeit für check_run

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für check_run

A check run was completed, and a conclusion is available.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string

Wert: completed

check_run object Erforderlich

A check performed on the code of a given code change

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

check_suite

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a check suite. For information about check suites, see "Getting started with the Checks API." For information about the APIs to manage check suites, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Check Suites" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to check runs, use the check_run event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Checks" permission. To receive the requested and rerequested event types, the app must have at least write-level access for the "Checks" permission. GitHub Apps with write-level access for the "Checks" permission are automatically subscribed to this webhook event.

Repository and organization webhooks only receive payloads for the completed event types in repositories.

Note: The API only looks for pushes in the repository where the check suite was created. Pushes to a branch in a forked repository are not detected and return an empty pull_requests array and a null value for head_branch.

Verfügbarkeit für check_suite

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für check_suite

All check runs in a check suite have completed, and a conclusion is available.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: completed

check_suite object Erforderlich
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

code_scanning_alert

This event occurs when there is activity relating to code scanning alerts in a repository. For more information, see "About code scanning" and "About code scanning alerts." For information about the API to manage code scanning, see "Code scanning" in the REST API documentation.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Code scanning alerts" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für code_scanning_alert

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für code_scanning_alert

A previously created code scanning alert appeared in another branch. This can happen when a branch is merged into or created from a branch with a pre-existing code scanning alert.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: appeared_in_branch

alert object Erforderlich

The code scanning alert involved in the event.

commit_oid string Erforderlich

The commit SHA of the code scanning alert. When the action is reopened_by_user or closed_by_user, the event was triggered by the sender and this value will be empty.

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

ref string Erforderlich

The Git reference of the code scanning alert. When the action is reopened_by_user or closed_by_user, the event was triggered by the sender and this value will be empty.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

commit_comment

This event occurs when there is activity relating to commit comments. For more information about commit comments, see "Commenting on a pull request." For information about the APIs to manage commit comments, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Commit comments" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to comments on pull request reviews, use the pull_request_review_comment event. For activity relating to issue comments, use the issue_comment event. For activity relating to discussion comments, use the discussion_comment event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Contents" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für commit_comment

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für commit_comment

Someone commented on a commit.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

The action performed. Can be created.

Wert: created

comment object Erforderlich

The commit comment resource.

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

create

This event occurs when a Git branch or tag is created.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Contents" repository permission.

Notes:

  • This event will not occur when more than three tags are created at once.
  • Payloads are capped at 25 MB. If an event generates a larger payload, GitHub will not deliver a payload for that webhook event. This may happen, for example, if many branches or tags are pushed at once. We suggest monitoring your payload size to ensure delivery.

Verfügbarkeit für create

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für create

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
description string or null Erforderlich

The repository's current description.

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

master_branch string Erforderlich

The name of the repository's default branch (usually main).

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

pusher_type string Erforderlich

The pusher type for the event. Can be either user or a deploy key.

ref string Erforderlich

The git ref resource.

ref_type string Erforderlich

The type of Git ref object created in the repository.

Kann eine der Folgenden sein: tag, branch

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

delete

This event occurs when a Git branch or tag is deleted. To subscribe to all pushes to a repository, including branch and tag deletions, use the push webhook event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Contents" repository permission.

Note: This event will not occur when more than three tags are deleted at once.

Verfügbarkeit für delete

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für delete

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

pusher_type string Erforderlich

The pusher type for the event. Can be either user or a deploy key.

ref string Erforderlich

The git ref resource.

ref_type string Erforderlich

The type of Git ref object deleted in the repository.

Kann eine der Folgenden sein: tag, branch

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

dependabot_alert

This event occurs when there is activity relating to Dependabot alerts.

For more information about Dependabot alerts, see "About Dependabot alerts." For information about the API to manage Dependabot alerts, see "Dependabot alerts" in the REST API documentation.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Dependabot alerts" repository permission.

Note: Webhook events for Dependabot alerts are currently in beta and subject to change.

Verfügbarkeit für dependabot_alert

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für dependabot_alert

A manifest file change introduced a vulnerable dependency, or a GitHub Security Advisory was published and an existing dependency was found to be vulnerable.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

alert object Erforderlich

A Dependabot alert.

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

deploy_key

This event occurs when there is activity relating to deploy keys. For more information, see "Managing deploy keys." For information about the APIs to manage deploy keys, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Deploy keys" in the REST API documentation.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Deployments" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für deploy_key

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für deploy_key

A deploy key was created.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

key object Erforderlich

The deploy key resource.

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

deployment

This event occurs when there is activity relating to deployments. For more information, see "About deployments." For information about the APIs to manage deployments, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Deployments" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to deployment status, use the deployment_status event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Deployments" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für deployment

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für deployment

A deployment was created.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

deployment object Erforderlich
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

workflow object or null Erforderlich
workflow_run object or null Erforderlich

deployment_review

This event occurs when there is activity relating to deployment reviews. For more information, see "About deployments." For information about the APIs to manage deployments, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Deployments" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to deployment creation or deployment status, use the deployment or deployment_status event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Deployments" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für deployment_review

  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für deployment_review

A deployment review was approved.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: approved

approver object
comment string
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object Erforderlich

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

reviewers array of objects
sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

since string Erforderlich
workflow_job_run object
workflow_job_runs array of objects
workflow_run object or null Erforderlich

deployment_status

This event occurs when there is activity relating to deployment statuses. For more information, see "About deployments." For information about the APIs to manage deployments, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Deployments" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to deployment creation, use the deployment event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Deployments" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für deployment_status

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für deployment_status

A new deployment status was created.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

check_run object or null
deployment object Erforderlich
deployment_status object Erforderlich
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

workflow object or null
workflow_run object or null

discussion

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a discussion. For more information about discussions, see "GitHub Discussions." For information about the API to manage discussions, see the GraphQL documentation.

For activity relating to a comment on a discussion, use the discussion_comment event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Discussions" repository permission.

Note: Webhook events for GitHub Discussions are currently in beta and subject to change.

Verfügbarkeit für discussion

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für discussion

A comment on the discussion was marked as the answer.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: answered

answer object Erforderlich
discussion object Erforderlich

A Discussion in a repository.

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

discussion_comment

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a comment on a discussion. For more information about discussions, see "GitHub Discussions." For information about the API to manage discussions, see the GraphQL documentation.

For activity relating to a discussion as opposed to comments on a discussion, use the discussion event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Discussions" repository permission.

Note: Webhook events for GitHub Discussions are currently in beta and subject to change.

Verfügbarkeit für discussion_comment

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für discussion_comment

A comment on a discussion was created.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

comment object Erforderlich
discussion object Erforderlich

A Discussion in a repository.

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

enterprise

This event occurs when there is activity relating to anonymous Git read access in an enterprise. For more information, see "Enforcing repository management policies in your enterprise."

Verfügbarkeit für enterprise

  • Unternehmen

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für enterprise

Anonymous Git read access was disabled.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: anonymous_access_disabled

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

fork

This event occurs when someone forks a repository. For more information, see "Fork a repo." For information about the API to manage forks, see "Forks" in the REST API documentation.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Contents" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für fork

  • Unternehmen
  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für fork

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

forkee object Erforderlich

The created repository resource.

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

github_app_authorization

This event occurs when a user revokes their authorization of a GitHub App. For more information, see "About apps." For information about the API to manage GitHub Apps, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Apps" in the REST API documentation.

A GitHub App receives this webhook by default and cannot unsubscribe from this event.

Anyone can revoke their authorization of a GitHub App from their GitHub account settings page. Revoking the authorization of a GitHub App does not uninstall the GitHub App. You should program your GitHub App so that when it receives this webhook, it stops calling the API on behalf of the person who revoked the token. If your GitHub App continues to use a revoked access token, it will receive the 401 Bad Credentials error. For details about requests with a user access token, which require GitHub App authorization, see "Authenticating with a GitHub App on behalf of a user."

Verfügbarkeit für github_app_authorization

  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für github_app_authorization

Someone revoked their authorization of a GitHub App.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: revoked

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

gollum

This event occurs when someone creates or updates a wiki page. For more information, see "About wikis."

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Contents" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für gollum

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für gollum

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

pages array of objects Erforderlich

The pages that were updated.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

installation

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a GitHub App installation. All GitHub Apps receive this event by default. You cannot manually subscribe to this event.

For more information about GitHub Apps, see "About apps." For information about the APIs to manage GitHub Apps, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Apps" in the REST API documentation.

Verfügbarkeit für installation

  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für installation

Someone installed a GitHub App on a user or organization account.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object Erforderlich

Installation

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repositories array of objects

An array of repository objects that the installation can access.

repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

requester object or null
sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

installation_repositories

This event occurs when there is activity relating to which repositories a GitHub App installation can access. All GitHub Apps receive this event by default. You cannot manually subscribe to this event.

For more information about GitHub Apps, see "About apps." For information about the APIs to manage GitHub Apps, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Apps" in the REST API documentation.

Verfügbarkeit für installation_repositories

  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für installation_repositories

A GitHub App installation was granted access to one or more repositories.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: added

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object Erforderlich

Installation

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repositories_added array of objects Erforderlich

An array of repository objects, which were added to the installation.

repositories_removed array of objects Erforderlich

An array of repository objects, which were removed from the installation.

repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

repository_selection string Erforderlich

Describe whether all repositories have been selected or there's a selection involved

Kann eine der Folgenden sein: all, selected

requester object or null Erforderlich
sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

installation_target

This event occurs when there is activity relating to the user or organization account that a GitHub App is installed on. For more information, see "About apps." For information about the APIs to manage GitHub Apps, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Apps" in the REST API documentation.

Verfügbarkeit für installation_target

  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für installation_target

Somebody renamed the user or organization account that a GitHub App is installed on.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
account object Erforderlich
action string Erforderlich

Wert: renamed

changes object Erforderlich
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object Erforderlich

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

target_type string Erforderlich

issue_comment

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a comment on an issue or pull request. For more information about issues and pull requests, see "About issues" and "About pull requests." For information about the APIs to manage issue comments, see the GraphQL documentation or "Issue comments" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to an issue as opposed to comments on an issue, use the issue event. For activity related to pull request reviews or pull request review comments, use the pull_request_review or pull_request_review_comment events. For more information about the different types of pull request comments, see "Working with comments."

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Issues" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für issue_comment

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für issue_comment

A comment on an issue or pull request was created.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

comment object Erforderlich

The comment itself.

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

issue object Erforderlich

The issue the comment belongs to.

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

issues

This event occurs when there is activity relating to an issue. For more information about issues, see "About issues." For information about the APIs to manage issues, see the GraphQL documentation or "Issues" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to a comment on an issue, use the issue_comment event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Issues" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für issues

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für issues

An issue was assigned to a user.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

The action that was performed.

Wert: assigned

assignee object or null
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

issue object Erforderlich

The issue itself.

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

label

This event occurs when there is activity relating to labels. For more information, see "Managing labels." For information about the APIs to manage labels, see the GraphQL documentation or "Labels" in the REST API documentation.

If you want to receive an event when a label is added to or removed from an issue, pull request, or discussion, use the labeled or unlabeled action type for the issues, pull_request, or discussion events instead.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Metadata" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für label

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für label

A label was created.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

label object Erforderlich
organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

member

This event occurs when there is activity relating to collaborators in a repository. For more information, see "Adding outside collaborators to repositories in your organization." For more information about the API to manage repository collaborators, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Collaborators" in the REST API documentation.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Members" organization permission.

Verfügbarkeit für member

  • Unternehmen
  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für member

A GitHub user accepted an invitation to a repository.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: added

changes object
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

member object or null Erforderlich
organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

membership

This event occurs when there is activity relating to team membership. For more information, see "About teams." For more information about the APIs to manage team memberships, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Team members" in the REST API documentation.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Members" organization permission.

Verfügbarkeit für membership

  • Organisationen
  • Unternehmen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für membership

An organization member was added to a team.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: added

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

member object or null Erforderlich
organization object Erforderlich

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

scope string Erforderlich

The scope of the membership. Currently, can only be team.

Wert: team

sender object or null Erforderlich
team object Erforderlich

Groups of organization members that gives permissions on specified repositories.

meta

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a webhook itself.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Meta" app permission.

Verfügbarkeit für meta

  • GitHub Marketplace
  • Unternehmen
  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für meta

The webhook was deleted.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: deleted

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

hook object Erforderlich

The modified webhook. This will contain different keys based on the type of webhook it is: repository, organization, business, app, or GitHub Marketplace.

hook_id integer Erforderlich

The id of the modified webhook.

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

milestone

This event occurs when there is activity relating to milestones. For more information, see "About milestones." For information about the APIs to manage milestones, see the GraphQL documentation or "Milestones" in the REST API documentation.

If you want to receive an event when an issue or pull request is added to or removed from a milestone, use the milestoned or demilestoned action type for the issues or pull_request events instead.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Issues" or "Pull requests" repository permissions.

Verfügbarkeit für milestone

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für milestone

A milestone was closed.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: closed

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

milestone object Erforderlich

A collection of related issues and pull requests.

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

organization

This event occurs when there is activity relating to an organization and its members. For more information, see "About organizations." For information about the APIs to manage organizations, see the GraphQL documentation or "Organizations" in the REST API documentation.

If you want to receive an event when a non-member is blocked or unblocked from an organization, use the org_block event instead.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Members" organization permission.

Verfügbarkeit für organization

  • Organisationen
  • Unternehmen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für organization

An organization was deleted.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: deleted

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

membership object

The membership between the user and the organization. Not present when the action is member_invited.

organization object Erforderlich

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

package

This event occurs when there is activity relating to GitHub Packages. For more information, see "Introduction to GitHub Packages." For information about the APIs to manage GitHub Packages, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Packages" in the REST API documentation.

To install this event on a GitHub App, the app must have at least read-level access for the "Packages" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für package

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für package

A package was published to a registry.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: published

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

package object Erforderlich

Information about the package.

repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

page_build

This event occurs when there is an attempted build of a GitHub Pages site. This event occurs regardless of whether the build is successful. For more information, see "Configuring a publishing source for your GitHub Pages site." For information about the API to manage GitHub Pages, see "Pages" in the REST API documentation.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Pages" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für page_build

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für page_build

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
build object Erforderlich
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

id integer Erforderlich
installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

ping

This event occurs when you create a new webhook. The ping event is a confirmation from GitHub that you configured the webhook correctly.

Verfügbarkeit für ping

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps
  • Unternehmen
  • GitHub Marketplace

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für ping

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
hook object

The webhook that is being pinged

hook_id integer

The ID of the webhook that triggered the ping.

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

zen string

Random string of GitHub zen.

project_card

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a card on a classic project. For more information, see "About projects (classic)." For information about the API to manage classic projects, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Projects (classic)" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to a project or a column on a project, use the project and project_column event. For activity relating to Projects instead of Projects (classic), use the projects_v2 event instead.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Projects" repository or organization permission.

Verfügbarkeit für project_card

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für project_card

A note in a classic project was converted to an issue.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: converted

changes object Erforderlich
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

project_card object Erforderlich
repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

project

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a classic project. For more information, see "About projects (classic)." For information about the API to manage classic projects, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Projects (classic)" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to a card or column on a project, use the project_card and project_column event. For activity relating to Projects instead of Projects (classic), use the projects_v2 event instead.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Projects" repository or organization permission.

Verfügbarkeit für project

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für project

A classic project was closed.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: closed

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

project object Erforderlich
repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

project_column

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a column on a classic project. For more information, see "About projects (classic)." For information about the API to manage classic projects, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Projects (classic)" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to a project or a card on a project, use the project and project_card event. For activity relating to Projects instead of Projects (classic), use the projects_v2 event instead.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Projects" repository or organization permission.

Verfügbarkeit für project_column

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für project_column

A column was added to a classic project.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

project_column object Erforderlich
repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

projects_v2_item

This event occurs when there is activity relating to an item on an organization-level project. For more information, see "About Projects." For information about the Projects API, see the GraphQL documentation.

For activity relating to a project (instead of an item on a project), use the projects_v2 event. For activity relating to Projects (classic), use the project, project_card, and project_column events instead.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Projects" organization permission.

Note: Webhook events for projects are currently in beta and subject to change. To share feedback about projects webhooks with GitHub, see the Projects webhook feedback discussion.

Verfügbarkeit für projects_v2_item

  • Organisationen

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für projects_v2_item

An item on an organization project was archived. For more information, see "Archiving items from your project."

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: archived

changes object Erforderlich
installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object Erforderlich

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

projects_v2_item object Erforderlich

An item belonging to a project

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

public

This event occurs when repository visibility changes from private to public. For more information, see "Setting repository visibility."

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Metadata" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für public

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für public

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

pull_request

This event occurs when there is activity on a pull request. For more information, see "About pull requests." For information about the APIs to manage pull requests, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Pulls" in the REST API documentation.

For activity related to pull request reviews, pull request review comments, pull request comments, or pull request review threads, use the pull_request_review, pull_request_review_comment, issue_comment, or pull_request_review_thread events instead.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Pull requests" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für pull_request

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für pull_request

A pull request was assigned to a user.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: assigned

assignee object or null Erforderlich
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

number integer Erforderlich

The pull request number.

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

pull_request object Erforderlich
repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

pull_request_review_comment

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a pull request review comment. A pull request review comment is a comment on a pull request's diff. For more information, see "Commenting on a pull request." For information about the APIs to manage pull request review comments, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Pull request review comments" in the REST API documentation.

For activity related to pull request reviews, pull request comments, or pull request review threads, use the pull_request_review, issue_comment, or pull_request_review_thread events instead.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Pull requests" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für pull_request_review_comment

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für pull_request_review_comment

A comment on a pull request diff was created.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

comment object Erforderlich

The comment itself.

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

pull_request object Erforderlich
repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

pull_request_review

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a pull request review. A pull request review is a group of pull request review comments in addition to a body comment and a state. For more information, see "About pull request reviews." For information about the APIs to manage pull request reviews, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Pull request reviews" in the REST API documentation.

For activity related to pull request review comments, pull request comments, or pull request review threads, use the pull_request_review_comment, issue_comment, or pull_request_review_thread events instead.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Pull requests" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für pull_request_review

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für pull_request_review

A review on a pull request was dismissed.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: dismissed

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

pull_request object Erforderlich
repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

review object Erforderlich

The review that was affected.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

pull_request_review_thread

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a comment thread on a pull request. For more information, see "About pull request reviews." For information about the APIs to manage pull request reviews, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Pull request review comments" in the REST API documentation.

For activity related to pull request review comments, pull request comments, or pull request reviews, use the pull_request_review_comment, issue_comment, or pull_request_review events instead.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Pull requests" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für pull_request_review_thread

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für pull_request_review_thread

A comment thread on a pull request was marked as resolved.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: resolved

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

pull_request object Erforderlich
repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

thread object Erforderlich

push

This event occurs when there is a push to a repository branch. This includes when a commit is pushed, when a commit tag is pushed, when a branch is deleted, when a tag is deleted, or when a repository is created from a template. To subscribe to only branch and tag deletions, use the delete webhook event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Contents" repository permission.

Note: An event will not be created when more than three tags are pushed at once.

Verfügbarkeit für push

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für push

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
after string Erforderlich

The SHA of the most recent commit on ref after the push.

base_ref string or null Erforderlich
before string Erforderlich

The SHA of the most recent commit on ref before the push.

commits array of objects Erforderlich

An array of commit objects describing the pushed commits. (Pushed commits are all commits that are included in the compare between the before commit and the after commit.) The array includes a maximum of 20 commits. If necessary, you can use the Commits API to fetch additional commits. This limit is applied to timeline events only and isn't applied to webhook deliveries.

compare string Erforderlich

URL that shows the changes in this ref update, from the before commit to the after commit. For a newly created ref that is directly based on the default branch, this is the comparison between the head of the default branch and the after commit. Otherwise, this shows all commits until the after commit.

created boolean Erforderlich

Whether this push created the ref.

deleted boolean Erforderlich

Whether this push deleted the ref.

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

forced boolean Erforderlich

Whether this push was a force push of the ref.

head_commit object or null Erforderlich
installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

pusher object Erforderlich

Metaproperties for Git author/committer information.

ref string Erforderlich

The full git ref that was pushed. Example: refs/heads/main or refs/tags/v3.14.1.

repository object Erforderlich

A git repository

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

registry_package

This event occurs when there is activity relating to GitHub Packages. For more information, see "Introduction to GitHub Packages." For information about the APIs to manage GitHub Packages, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Packages" in the REST API documentation.

To install this event on a GitHub App, the app must have at least read-level access for the "Packages" repository permission.

Note: GitHub recommends that you use the newer package event instead.

Verfügbarkeit für registry_package

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für registry_package

A package was published to a registry.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: published

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

registry_package object Erforderlich
repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

release

This event occurs when there is activity relating to releases. For more information, see "About releases." For information about the APIs to manage releases, see the GraphQL API documentation or "Releases" in the REST API documentation.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Contents" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für release

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für release

A draft was saved, or a release or pre-release was published without previously being saved as a draft.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

release object Erforderlich

The release object.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

repository

This event occurs when there is activity relating to repositories. For more information, see "About repositories." For information about the APIs to manage repositories, see the GraphQL documentation or "Repositories" in the REST API documentation.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Metadata" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für repository

  • GitHub Apps
  • Unternehmen
  • Organisationen
  • Repositorys

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für repository

Someone disabled anonymous Git read access to the repository. For more information, see "Enabling anonymous Git read access for a repository."

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: anonymous_access_disabled

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

repository_dispatch

This event occurs when a GitHub App sends a POST request to /repos/{owner}/{repo}/dispatches. For more information, see the REST API documentation for creating a repository dispatch event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Contents" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für repository_dispatch

  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für repository_dispatch

The event_type that was specified in the POST /repos/{owner}/{repo}/dispatches request body.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: sample.collected

branch string Erforderlich
client_payload object or null Erforderlich
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object Erforderlich

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

repository_vulnerability_alert

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a security vulnerability alert in a repository.

Note: This event is deprecated. Use the dependabot_alert event instead.

Verfügbarkeit für repository_vulnerability_alert

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für repository_vulnerability_alert

A repository vulnerability alert was created.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: create

alert object Erforderlich
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

secret_scanning_alert

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a secret scanning alert. For more information about secret scanning, see "About secret scanning." For information about the API to manage secret scanning alerts, see "Secret scanning" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to secret scanning alert locations, use the secret_scanning_alert_location event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Secret scanning alerts" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für secret_scanning_alert

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für secret_scanning_alert

A secret scanning alert was created.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

alert object Erforderlich
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

secret_scanning_alert_location

This event occurs when there is activity relating to the locations of a secret in a secret scanning alert.

For more information about secret scanning, see "About secret scanning." For information about the API to manage secret scanning alerts, see "Secret scanning" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to secret scanning alerts, use the secret_scanning_alert event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Secret scanning alerts" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für secret_scanning_alert_location

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für secret_scanning_alert_location

A new instance of a previously detected secret was detected in a repository, and the location of the secret was added to the existing alert.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string

Wert: created

alert object Erforderlich
installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

location object Erforderlich
organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

security_advisory

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a security advisory that was reviewed by GitHub. A GitHub-reviewed security advisory provides information about security-related vulnerabilities in software on GitHub. For more information about security advisories, see "About GitHub Security Advisories for repositories." For information about the API to manage security advisories, see the GraphQL documentation.

GitHub Dependabot alerts are also powered by the security advisory dataset. For more information, see "About Dependabot alerts."

Verfügbarkeit für security_advisory

  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für security_advisory

A security advisory was published to the GitHub community.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: published

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

security_advisory object Erforderlich

The details of the security advisory, including summary, description, and severity.

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

security_and_analysis

This event occurs when code security and analysis features are enabled or disabled for a repository. For more information, see "GitHub security features."

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Administration" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für security_and_analysis

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für security_and_analysis

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
changes object Erforderlich
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

Full Repository

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

sponsorship

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a sponsorship listing. For more information, see "About GitHub Sponsors." For information about the API to manage sponsors, see the GraphQL documentation.

You can only create a sponsorship webhook on GitHub.com. For more information, see "Configuring webhooks for events in your sponsored account."

Verfügbarkeit für sponsorship

  • Gesponserte Konten

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für sponsorship

A sponsorship was cancelled and the last billing cycle has ended.

This event is only sent when a recurring (monthly) sponsorship is cancelled; it is not sent for one-time sponsorships.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: cancelled

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

sponsorship object Erforderlich

star

This event occurs when there is activity relating to repository stars. For more information about stars, see "Saving repositories with stars." For information about the APIs to manage stars, see the GraphQL documentation or "Starring" in the REST API documentation.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Metadata" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für star

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für star

Someone starred a repository.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

starred_at string or null Erforderlich

The time the star was created. This is a timestamp in ISO 8601 format: YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SSZ. Will be null for the deleted action.

status

This event occurs when the status of a Git commit changes. For example, commits can be marked as error, failure, pending, or success. For more information, see "About status checks." For information about the APIs to manage commit statuses, see the GraphQL documentation or "Commit statuses" in the REST API documentation.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Commit statuses" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für status

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für status

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
avatar_url string or null
branches array of objects Erforderlich

An array of branch objects containing the status' SHA. Each branch contains the given SHA, but the SHA may or may not be the head of the branch. The array includes a maximum of 10 branches.

commit object Erforderlich
context string Erforderlich
created_at string Erforderlich
description string or null Erforderlich

The optional human-readable description added to the status.

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

id integer Erforderlich

The unique identifier of the status.

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

name string Erforderlich
organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

sha string Erforderlich

The Commit SHA.

state string Erforderlich

The new state. Can be pending, success, failure, or error.

Kann eine der Folgenden sein: pending, success, failure, error

target_url string or null Erforderlich

The optional link added to the status.

updated_at string Erforderlich

team_add

This event occurs when a team is added to a repository. For more information, see "Managing teams and people with access to your repository."

For activity relating to teams, see the teams event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Members" organization permission.

Verfügbarkeit für team_add

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für team_add

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

team object Erforderlich

Groups of organization members that gives permissions on specified repositories.

team

This event occurs when there is activity relating to teams in an organization. For more information, see "About teams."

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Members" organization permission.

Verfügbarkeit für team

  • Organisationen
  • Unternehmen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für team

A team was granted access to a repository.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: added_to_repository

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object Erforderlich

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object

A git repository

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

team object Erforderlich

Groups of organization members that gives permissions on specified repositories.

user

This event occurs when there is activity relating to user accounts in an enterprise.

Verfügbarkeit für user

  • Unternehmen

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für user

A user account was added to the enterprise.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: created

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

user object or null

watch

This event occurs when there is activity relating to watching, or subscribing to, a repository. For more information about watching, see "Managing your subscriptions." For information about the APIs to manage watching, see "Watching" in the REST API documentation.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Metadata" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für watch

  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für watch

Someone started watching the repository.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: started

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

workflow_dispatch

This event occurs when a GitHub Actions workflow is manually triggered. For more information, see "Manually running a workflow."

For activity relating to workflow runs, use the workflow_run event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Contents" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für workflow_dispatch

  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für workflow_dispatch

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

inputs object or null Erforderlich
installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

ref string Erforderlich
repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

workflow string Erforderlich

workflow_job

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a job in a GitHub Actions workflow. For more information, see "Using jobs in a workflow." For information about the API to manage workflow jobs, see "Workflow jobs" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to a workflow run instead of a job in a workflow run, use the workflow_run event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Actions" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für workflow_job

  • Unternehmen
  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für workflow_job

A job in a workflow run finished. This event occurs when a job in a workflow is completed, regardless of whether the job was successful or unsuccessful.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: completed

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

workflow_job object Erforderlich

workflow_run

This event occurs when there is activity relating to a run of a GitHub Actions workflow. For more information, see "About workflows." For information about the APIs to manage workflow runs, see the GraphQL documentation or "Workflow runs" in the REST API documentation.

For activity relating to a job in a workflow run, use the workflow_job event.

To subscribe to this event, a GitHub App must have at least read-level access for the "Actions" repository permission.

Verfügbarkeit für workflow_run

  • Unternehmen
  • Repositorys
  • Organisationen
  • GitHub Apps

Webhooknutzlastobjekt für workflow_run

A workflow run finished. This event occurs when a workflow run is completed, regardless of whether the workflow was successful or unsuccessful.

Anforderungstextparameter für den Webhook
Name, type, BESCHREIBUNG
action string Erforderlich

Wert: completed

enterprise object

An enterprise on GitHub. Webhook payloads contain the enterprise property when the webhook is configured on an enterprise account or an organization that's part of an enterprise account. For more information, see "About enterprise accounts."

installation object

The GitHub App installation. Webhook payloads contain the installation property when the event is configured for and sent to a GitHub App. For more information, see "Using webhooks with GitHub Apps."

organization object

A GitHub organization. Webhook payloads contain the organization property when the webhook is configured for an organization, or when the event occurs from activity in a repository owned by an organization.

repository object Erforderlich

The repository on GitHub where the event occurred. Webhook payloads contain the repository property when the event occurs from activity in a repository.

sender object Erforderlich

The GitHub user that triggered the event. This property is included in every webhook payload.

workflow object or null Erforderlich
workflow_run object Erforderlich