PR did not work for me.
Creating a pull request did it for me as well.
@SharpCoiner did you follow the steps exactly? (editing an existing webhook is viable as well, I did it that way)
this isn't working for me, already did this one, also deleted the webhook then add again but, still no luck on this one.
this is the only stage left for me in this git., haha, all i need to do is to put my username but, i cant make it work., lols
i got no error but this stage wont submit as successful and not to mention, I already tried all you had said on this thread, and lastly I already wasted a lot of time in this stage., no not time but days.
Hi, and sorry about the problem! If it's the only challenge left, please contact support:
Reference these posts you made, and we can mark the course as complete for you!
Had message your support already., yesterday., still waiting for its response.,
moderator: resolved, and responded to on Dec. 1st!
Yes, creating another pull request did indeed work for me as well. Thanks Joris!
You have to do it exactly right when you first create the webhook. You can't edit it. If it doesn't work you have to delete it and try again.
This course is frustrating.
The information regarding which events to select should be specified in the course challenge and not here. Having a number of options, how can the student choose the right one which is not the default, without knowing the background? This is unfair and misleading.
thanks @brianlewisdesign! Your tip about the "delete and try again" worked for me!
Last challenge -> really frustrating experience!Creating a pull request _before creating the webhook, worked for me.
I also needed to set the webhook type to json
I have successfully created a webhook that sends alerts on pull requests.But when i click on submit answer, nothing happens. I have already tried deleting and making a new one, nothing happens.
moderator: handled in support, or more accurately Aditya tried it a few times and it "magically" worked. Opening up an issue.
What worked for me:1. add a webhook;2. paste the URL given on the challenge page (with your username!);3. choose JSON in the "Content type" field;4. when choosing what events to send, check "Pull request" AND uncheck "Push" (!);5. add the webhook;6. submit the solution on CodeSchool.
This also worked for me.
Johnny that's great, @korzhs thanks for posting what worked for you.
@johnnymastin, please also like @korzhs' post so we can get a sense for how many this works. Thanks
I tried all the other methods of fixing it. I even tried this method but it didn't work until I selected the JSON content type on the initial create instead of doing it with an update. Thank you so much @korzhs