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Commit a6056961 authored by Joe Marty's avatar Joe Marty Committed by Winnie Hellmann
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Clarify the difference between project_update and project_rename

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title: Clarify system_hook triggers in documentation
merge_request: 14957
author: Joe Marty
type: other
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Your GitLab instance can perform HTTP POST requests on the following events: `project_create`, `project_destroy`, `project_rename`, `project_transfer`, `project_update`, `user_add_to_team`, `user_remove_from_team`, `user_create`, `user_destroy`, `key_create`, `key_destroy`, `group_create`, `group_destroy`, `user_add_to_group` and `user_remove_from_group`.
The triggers for most of these are self-explanatory, but `project_update` and `project_rename` deserve some clarification: `project_update` is fired any time an attribute of a project is changed (name, description, tags, etc.) *unless* the `path` attribute is also changed. In that case, a `project_rename` is triggered instead (so that, for instance, if all you care about is the repo URL, you can just listen for `project_rename`).
System hooks can be used, e.g. for logging or changing information in a LDAP server.
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