Pivotal Tracker Activity Webhook Forwarder
A simple Rack app that allows you to use any number of Activity Web Hooks on your Pivotal Tracker projects by acting as an endpoint to them and forwarding the calls from Tracker to any number of configurable other urls
In a new app folder, add those files:
source :rubygems gem 'tracker-hook-forwarder'
require 'bundler/setup' require 'tracker-hook-forwarder' forward 'project_a', 'https://your.endpoint.com/for/tracker' forward 'project_a', 'https://someother.com/tracker?token=1234' forward 'project_b', 'https://someother.com/tracker?token=1234' run
Deploy the application using a rack-compatible web server (or Heroku, see section below), then configure your individual Pivotal Tracker projects to post Activity Web Hooks to:
http://yourproxy.url/activity/project_a # for Project A http://yourproxy.url/activity/project_b # for Project B
forward 'some_project', 'http://redmine.url.com/pivotal_activity.xml' forward 'some_project', 'https://api.hipchat.com/v1/webhooks/pivotaltracker/?auth_token=API_TOKEN&room_id=ROOM_ID'
Running on Heroku
Arguably the easiest way to get the proxy up and running is to spin up a Heroku app.
Assuming you've got the
heroku gem installed and configured and the configuration
set up as above using git, run:
heroku create your-app-name --stack cedar
You might also want to add
thin to your Gemfile and a
web: bundle exec thin start -p $PORT
Then commit your changes and push your app to heroku:
git push heroku master
Going to your newly created app's url should now give you "Hello."
Important: Heroku by default idles out free applications (those that only use 1 dyno) after a couple of minutes and further requests need to spin up a whole new instance, which takes some time. To prevent your app from idling out, and also to get the benefit of availability monitoring, use a service like WasItUp to monitor the site. Simply go to WasItUp, enter your app url, expect the content to be "Hello." and enter your mail address. Your proxy should be up all night.
- Clone the project
- bundle install
- rake test
Copyright (c) 2011 Christoph Olszowka, Capita Unternehmensberatung GmbH. See LICENSE for details.