Create webhook listeners

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  • Shane Brown
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    What content types will the Integrator webhook accept? Will it accept multipart/form-data?

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  • Stephen Brandt Documentation Manager Community moderator
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    Hi, Shane Brown. Thanks for the question, which isn't directly addressed in this article yet. 

    And sorry for the delay. I needed to track down the answer as well as the relative priority for adding this feature to integrator.io. 

    Webhooks that receive multipart/form-data are not yet supported in the platform, but we are looking at adding this format, hopefully within the year. 

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  • Luis Perez Strategic Partner

    How many concurrent requests can a webhook handle? we are looking to have a single webhook listener exposed for a number of partners, but we would like to understand its capacity, can you please provide some details about it? thanks.

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  • Martin Jahn Channel Partner
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    Is there a method to define a Resource Path if we are using a Webhook Listener with XML?

    XML Structure is as follows and we want to make sure this is send as 2 records.  If we cannot define a path of /Shipments, then this is seen as one record.

    <shipments>
        <shipment>
           .....
        </shipment>
        <shipment>
           .....
         </shipment>
    </shipments>


     

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  • Tom Santiago Principal Technical Writer Community moderator
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    Hello Martin Jahn,

    Our webhook exports don't yet support the selection of specific fields via resource path, but in your import step, you can access any specific field returned from the webhook export. Please let us know if you have any trouble with that solution. 

    Tom

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  • Zanfer Hussain

    As I understood, the WebHook will immediately return a response to the source app upon receiving the payload. Is there any way we can delay sending the response until the flow has been completed?

    Basically, I would like to send a 200 response if the flow ran without any errors and send a 4XX/5XX response if there were any errors in the flow.

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  • Tom Santiago Principal Technical Writer Community moderator
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    Hi Zanfer Hussain

    I'm having a little trouble understanding your request. A webhook kicks off the flow with the source data sent from the export. At that point the data begins passing through your flow. I'm not sure what you're attempting by delaying the response. Could you add more clarity?

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  • Chris Huovinen

    I've set up a few listeners for various applications. A consistent issue I'm running into when testing and troubleshooting is that I cannot get sample data to populate even after the listener has already received one or many payloads and I click the button to show sample data. Is this a known bug in the application? I find it difficult to work on these without the ability to quickly see the payload being sent to the listener URL. I'd appreciate any help with this!

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  • Stephen Brandt Documentation Manager Community moderator
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    Hi, Chris. I asked the Flow builder Product leader for a quick read. 

    We are not aware of any bugs in this scenario. Since you said that the listener received the data, then the webhook must be triggering. Could you please share a screen capture here or initiate a support ticket so that we can understand the issue a little better?

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  • Chris Huovinen

    Thanks Stephen. I'll open up a ticket.

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