Configuring Microsoft Teams Integration users

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CloudBees Microsoft Teams Integration is a Preview feature.
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A Preview feature:

  • Has not undergone end-to-end testing with CloudBees products

  • Is provided without service-level agreements (SLA) and therefore does not include CloudBees' commitment on functionality or performance

  • May impact other stable areas of the product when used

  • May have limited documentation

  • May not be feature complete during the Preview period

  • May graduate from preview state to fully supported or be removed from the product

  • May introduce incompatible, backward-breaking changes that could revoke the ability to upgrade

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Adding a user

Before you can add a user, you need the following information about the user:

  • CloudBees CI User Id: The user’s CloudBees CI Id can be found in their profile information on the controller.

  • Microsoft Teams Channel Webhook URL: The Microsoft Teams Webhook URL that is provided when you set up the Connection to create a webhook on the channel.

  • GitHub Username: When a PR is built, if the GitHub author matches the user in the plugin, the CloudBees Microsoft Teams Integration Plugin sends a notification to the linked Microsoft Teams channel.

To add a user to Microsoft Teams Integration:
  1. From your CloudBees CI controller, navigate to Manage Jenkins > CloudBees Microsoft Teams Integration.

  2. Select Add WebHook.

  3. Enter the following information about the user:

    • CloudBees CI User Id: The user’s CloudBees CI Id can be found in their profile information on the controller.

    • Teams Channel Webhook: The Microsoft Teams Webhook URL that is provided when you set up the Connection to create a webhook.

    • GitHub Username: When a PR is built, if the GitHub author matches the user in the plugin, the CloudBees Microsoft Teams Integration Plugin sends a notification to the linked Microsoft Teams channel.

  4. Enable the user to receive messages by selecting the Receiving Notifications toggle.

  5. Select Save.