Creates a new webhook using a user's private token (obtained in GitLab under the intended user's 'Settings' => 'Account') and the new webhook information. The URL and Secret Token are values that are used to build and send the request when a GitLab action fires the webhook (a secret token is not required) while trigger events determine when the webhook is triggered. For more information on configuring webhooks in GitLab, see GitLab's general webhook documentation (https://gitlab.com/help/user/project/integrations/webhooks). If the webhook is successfully created, the newly created webhook id will be returned in the results.
Path of the group where the project is located (defaults to the GitLab default group if not provided).
Path of the project where the branch should be created.
URL for the webhook.
Secret Token for the webhook (send with the webhook request in the X-Gitlab-Token header).
Enable SSL Verification
Do SSL verification when the webhook is triggered ('true' or 'false').
A comma separated list of events that will trigger the webhook. Options are: 'push','issues','merge','tag_push','note','job','pipeline','wiki'.
If the webhook was successfully created, the id of the newly created webhook.