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Azure DevOps Service Hooks & Teams Incoming Webhooks

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Hi everyone, I'm trying to determine how to utilize the Service Hooks in Azure DevOps so that we can tie into Teams via an incoming webhook to automatically post to a channel in Teams whenever a Pull Request is created.  

 

When I run a test on the Azure side posting to the Incoming Webhook url from the Teams channel - I just get a 400/Bad Request

 

I assume the issue has to do with the format of the payload being sent from Azure and the format that the O365 connector is requiring - but I can't seem to find anything on this topic.  Has anyone configured something like this or does anyone have some suggestions I can look into?

 

Thanks for your time!

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best response confirmed by Sarverizer (New Contributor)
What kind of data are you sending to the webhook? A card?

@Alexis CONIA thank you for the reply - we are trying to use a Service Hook that will trigger when a Pull Request has been created.  It was our hopes that when that happens, it would hook into Teams and post to a given channel using the email link for said channel via that Outlook webhook.  We'd be open to any alternatives providing we can automatically post to a channel when that Pull Request is created.

 

Thanks for your time,

Scott

@Tiago Costa thank you for this, I'll check it out and report back.

This was exactly what we were looking for - thank you very much!

@Tiago Costa 

 

Bummer this does not work in this scenario:


@Tiago Costa wrote:

@Sarverizer Check this lab https://www.azuredevopslabs.com/labs/vstsextend/teams/

It will do what you need.


  1. Only Azure DevOps organizations in the same organization (AAD tenant) can be used to integrate with your Microsoft Teams account.

 

have a DevOps linked to a AAD that everyone is a guest.  If we try to set this up it will only allow us to configure against a devops that is tied to our HOME AAD tenant :(