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How to get webhook URL for remote Git repository in Plesk

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    Jordan Dayton

    I've set this up in GitHub but don't know where to get the "Secret" 

    Also, there are two options in the "Content Type":

    Which of these Content types should be selected?

    This is the error I keep getting: "We couldn’t deliver this payload: failed to connect

    I have tried using this webhook in conjunction with these instructions: "Use Webhooks for Automatic Pull"

    I've tried HTTP and HTTPS and still keep getting that error.

     

     

     

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    Anton Maslov

    Jordan Dayton Content type does not matter, you may set any. "Secret" just leave empty it is not required to push updates to Plesk.

    Please make sure that connection to Plesk URL via port 8443 works from outside.

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    Yavuz Yaylak

    I'm having the same problem here, I've set up the system as described but can't get the webhook to work. I've checked the hostname, set up & controlled the records. It looks as it should.

     

    Still keep getting 404 error.

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    Ömer Anar

    404 error.

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