Next, you’ll see a Get Started button, click on that to bring up the main menu of items.
Once you see the menu, you can create new notifications and add them to your Microsoft Teams channel*. You can also type @jfrog and select the menu option in the text to bring up the menu.
*We expect you to have your channels already setup - how you want to organize notifications to various teams and channels is up to your organization.
Click on Create Notification.
From the window that appears, use the drop-down to select the notification type you want to create. In this example, we’ll select Artifact Properties.
On the next screen, give the notification a name followed by selecting which kinds of artifact properties events you want to get notified about.
Last, you’ll want to choose which repositories you can get notified from. You have the option of selecting Any Local and Any Remote or you can scroll down and select specific repositories using the drop-down selection.
Click on the Create button at the bottom of the window and you will see a Success message appear. You can now close this window and go back to the channel.
Congrats!!! You should receive one notification for every event type used in the notification.
Test the notification:
If you want to test the notification, navigate to the JFrog Platform and go to Administration > General > Webhooks.
Look for the name of the notification you created and click on it.
On the bottom right-hand corner, click on the Test button.
You should get a confirmation in the JFrog Platform that a dummy webhook was sent.
If you navigate back to the Microsoft Teams, you will see this information in the UI.
NOTE: It can take up to 2-4 minutes to receive all notifications.