Trigger RepositoryDispatchEvent between two repositories owned by Organization

Under my personal account on GitHub, I setup 2 repositories (repo1 and repo2) and have a GitHub Action in repo1 designed to trigger a RepositoryDispatchEvent to repo2.  This required that I setup a Personal Access Token and then assign that to a secret in repo1, which allowed me to use it inside the action when I made the POST to repo2.

I’m looking to now replicate this behavior but rather than be between 2 personal public repositories, I need to define this setup between 2 repositories owned by an Organization.  Thus far I haven’t seen a way to define this behavior through the Organization’s settings.

If I want to replicate this action between between 2 Organization-owned repositories, is there a different approach I should take to allow GitHub Actions from repo1 of Organization A to make a GitHub API request to perform a RepositoryDispatchEvent against repo2 of Organization A?

> If I want to replicate this action between between 2 Organization-owned repositories, is there a different approach I should take to allow GitHub Actions from repo1 of Organization A to make a GitHub API request to perform a RepositoryDispatchEvent against repo2 of Organization A?

@naros - It’s possible to create a personal access token associated with a user account, but not an organization account. As long as that user account has write permissions to repo2 of Organization A, they should be able to use a token to create a repository dispatch event.

I hope this helps!