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Repositories

  • ID
    The unique slug of the repository.
    Display Name
    The name of the repository.
    Description
    The description of the repository.
    SCM
    The type of the repository.
  • New Repository

    Triggers when a new repository is created in the selected account.

Issues

  • ID
    The unique ID of the issue.
    Title
    The issue title.
    Content
    The issue content.
    Kind
    The issue kind.
    State
    The issue state.
    Priority
    The issue priority.
    Created On
    Updated On
    Assignee
    The issue assignee.
    Reporter
    The issue reporter.
  • Issue Created

    Triggers when a new issue is added to the selected repository.

  • Issue Updated

    Triggers when an issue is updated in the selected repository.

  • Create Issue

    Creates a new issue in the selected repository.

  • Delete Issue

    Deletes an issue.

  • Update an Issue

    Updates an issue in the selected repository.

  • Search Issues

    Searches the selected repository for issues and returns a list.

Commits

  • ID
    Unique hash value for the commit.
    Message
    The commit message.
    Author
    The author of the commit.
    Created On
    URL
  • New Commit

    Triggers when a new commit is added to the selected repository.

Pull Requests

  • ID
    The unique ID of the pull request.
    Title
    The pull request title.
    Description
    The pull request description.
    State
    The status of the pull request.
    Source Branch
    The source branch name.
    Source Commit
    The source commit of the pull request.
    Target Branch
    The target branch name.
    Target Commit
    The target commit of the pull request.
    Reason
    The reason the pull request was declined.
    Author
    The author of this pull request.
    Actor
    The user associated with this pull request event.
  • New Pull Request

    Triggers when a new pull request is created in the selected repository.

  • Pull Request Approved

    Triggers when a pull request is approved in the selected repository.

  • Pull Request Rejected

    Triggers when a pull request is rejected in the selected repository.

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