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class airflow.contrib.operators.slack_webhook_operator.SlackWebhookOperator(http_conn_id=None, webhook_token=None, message='', attachments=None, blocks=None, channel=None, username=None, icon_emoji=None, icon_url=None, link_names=False, extra_options=None, proxy=None, *args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: airflow.operators.http_operator.SimpleHttpOperator

This operator allows you to post messages to Slack using incoming webhooks. Takes both Slack webhook token directly and connection that has Slack webhook token. If both supplied, http_conn_id will be used as base_url, and webhook_token will be taken as endpoint, the relative path of the url.

Each Slack webhook token can be pre-configured to use a specific channel, username and icon. You can override these defaults in this hook.

  • http_conn_id (str) – connection that has Slack webhook token in the extra field

  • webhook_token (str) – Slack webhook token

  • message (str) – The message you want to send on Slack

  • attachments (list) – The attachments to send on Slack. Should be a list of dictionaries representing Slack attachments.

  • blocks (list) – The blocks to send on Slack. Should be a list of dictionaries representing Slack blocks.

  • channel (str) – The channel the message should be posted to

  • username (str) – The username to post to slack with

  • icon_emoji (str) – The emoji to use as icon for the user posting to Slack

  • icon_url (str) – The icon image URL string to use in place of the default icon.

  • link_names (bool) – Whether or not to find and link channel and usernames in your message

  • proxy (str) – Proxy to use to make the Slack webhook call

  • extra_options (dict) – Extra options for http hook

template_fields = ['webhook_token', 'message', 'attachments', 'blocks', 'channel', 'username', 'proxy', 'extra_options'][source]
execute(self, context)[source]

Call the SlackWebhookHook to post the provided Slack message

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