Create a notification rule - Amazon CodePipeline
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Create a notification rule

You can use notification rules to notify users of important changes, such as when a pipeline starts execution. Notification rules specify both the events and the Amazon SNS topic that is used to send notifications. For more information, see What are notifications?

Note

This feature is not available in theChina (Beijing) Region or the China (Ningxia) Region.

You can use the console or the Amazon CLI to create notification rules for Amazon CodePipeline.

To create a notification rule (console)

  1. Sign in to the Amazon Web Services Management Console and open the CodePipeline console at https://console.amazonaws.cn/codepipeline/.

  2. Choose Pipelines, and then choose a pipeline where you want to add notifications.

  3. On the pipeline page, choose Notify, and then choose Create notification rule. You can also go to the Settings page for the pipeline and choose Create notification rule.

  4. In Notification name, enter a name for the rule.

  5. In Detail type, choose Basic if you want only the information provided to Amazon EventBridge included in the notification. Choose Full if you want to include information provided to Amazon EventBridge and information that might be supplied by the CodePipeline or the notification manager.

    For more information, see Understanding Notification Contents and Security.

  6. In Events that trigger notifications, select the events for which you want to send notifications. For more information, see Events for Notification Rules on Pipelines.

  7. In Targets, do one of the following:

    • If you have already configured a resource to use with notifications, in Choose target type, choose either Amazon Chatbot (Slack) or SNS topic. In Choose target, choose the name of the client (for a Slack client configured in Amazon Chatbot) or the Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the Amazon SNS topic (for Amazon SNS topics already configured with the policy required for notifications).

    • If you have not configured a resource to use with notifications, choose Create target, and then choose SNS topic. Provide a name for the topic after codestar-notifications-, and then choose Create.

    Note
    • If you create the Amazon SNS topic as part of creating the notification rule, the policy that allows the notifications feature to publish events to the topic is applied for you. Using a topic created for notification rules helps ensure that you subscribe only those users that you want to receive notifications about this resource.

    • You cannot create an Amazon Chatbot client as part of creating a notification rule. If you choose Amazon Chatbot (Slack), you will see a button directing you to configure a client in Amazon Chatbot. Choosing that option opens the Amazon Chatbot console. For more information, see Configure Integrations Between Notifications and Amazon Chatbot.

    • If you want to use an existing Amazon SNS topic as a target, you must add the required policy for AWS CodeStar Notifications in addition to any other policies that might exist for that topic. For more information, see Configure Amazon SNS Topics for Notifications and Understanding Notification Contents and Security.

  8. To finish creating the rule, choose Submit.

  9. You must subscribe users to the Amazon SNS topic for the rule before they can receive notifications. For more information, see Subscribe Users to Amazon SNS Topics That Are Targets. You can also set up integration between notifications and Amazon Chatbot to send notifications to Amazon Chime chatrooms or Slack channels. For more information, see Configure Integration Between Notifications and Amazon Chatbot.

To create a notification rule (Amazon CLI)

  1. At a terminal or command prompt, run the create-notification rule command to generate the JSON skeleton:

    aws codestar-notifications create-notification-rule --generate-cli-skeleton > rule.json

    You can name the file anything you want. In this example, the file is named rule.json.

  2. Open the JSON file in a plain-text editor and edit it to include the resource, event types, and target you want for the rule. The following example shows a notification rule named MyNotificationRule for a pipeline named MyDemoPipeline in an Amazon acccount with the ID 123456789012. Notifications are sent with the full detail type to an Amazon SNS topic named codestar-notifications-MyNotificationTopic when pipeline executions start:

    { "Name": "MyNotificationRule", "EventTypeIds": [ "codepipeline-pipeline-pipeline-execution-started" ], "Resource": "arn:aws:codebuild:us-east-2:123456789012:MyDemoPipeline", "Targets": [ { "TargetType": "SNS", "TargetAddress": "arn:aws:sns:us-east-2:123456789012:codestar-notifications-MyNotificationTopic" } ], "Status": "ENABLED", "DetailType": "FULL" }

    Save the file.

  3. Using the file you just edited, at the terminal or command line, run the create-notification-rule command again to create the notification rule:

    aws codestar-notifications create-notification-rule --cli-input-json file://rule.json
  4. If successful, the command returns the ARN of the notification rule, similar to the following:

    { "Arn": "arn:aws:codestar-notifications:us-east-1:123456789012:notificationrule/dc82df7a-EXAMPLE" }