Sorry for the delay in getting back to you on this!
The "published" event is used any time a draft of a review request is
published. This means the first time it's been published, and every time a
change is made or new diff is uploaded and then published. Basically, any
time the "Publish" button is pressed.
There's no way today to do it on updates. The handler on the other end will
have to check for this. You can use the "is_new" field in the payload to
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On Wed, Jul 20, 2016 at 1:42 AM, Davor Gričar <davor.gri...@outfit7.com>
> Dear all,
> I need your help.
> I have a possible newbie question for you.
> I searched thoroughly through the web and didn't find explanations of
> webhook events:
> - All events
> - Review request closed
> - Review request published
> - Review request reopened
> - Review published
> - Reply published
> Webhook runs great, but "Review request published" is triggered when the
> previously published review is updated. Is there any way for
> "Review request published" hook to not trigger on update event?
> Thank you for your effort to answer me.
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