Learn how to create and manage Webhooks.

Last published at: June 5th, 2024

Webhooks are powerful tools for applications to communicate with each other in real-time. They enable one application to promptly send automated messages or information to another application whenever a specific event occurs. A webhook is a user-defined HTTP callback instantly triggered by specific events.

In FlowWright, Webhooks are not just a feature but a user-defined HTTP callback triggered when an event is published to the Enterprise Service Bus. The HTTP call is made to the webhook when the event is processed, giving you full control over the process.  

You'll navigate to the Integration - Webhooks page to see the following UI for configuring and managing Webhooks. 


To create a new Webhook, navigate to Actions - Create menu option on the Manage Webhooks page.


The Create Webhook popup window is displayed for configuration. You must select the event category from the drop-down list. Next, select the event name from the drop-down list. Provide the Webhook URL for the callback and include the authorization key value, if necessary. Click on the Create button to confirm. 


The new Webhook is created, and a confirmation message is displayed in the top right-end corner.