Does Jira Cloud (or any other Atlassian cloud product) takes into account result of a webhook request?
For example: I register in my add-on a login webhook on https://my-login.com/newlogin address. Whenever user logs in to JIRA I get a webhook event on that address. What happens if I return http reponse code other then 200? Does Jira interpret it somehow? What if I return some content in a response?
What I want to achieve is that when my webhook is called I want to have some impact on JIRA - for instance force user relogin etc. I know I can in my webhook call appropriate REST to JIRA, but I want to act immediately from a webhook is it somehow possible?