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Create webhook

Create Webhook

Accessing webhook page

  1. Click on table for which webhook needs to be configured on the left sidebar
  2. Open Details tab in topbar,
  3. Click on Webhooks tab
  4. Click Add New Webhook

Accessing webhook

Configuring webhook

  1. Name of the webhook
  2. Select the event for which webhook needs to be triggered
After InsertAfter a single record is inserted
After UpdateAfter a single record is updated
After DeleteAfter a single record is deleted
After Bulk InsertAfter bulk records are inserted
After Bulk UpdateAfter bulk records are updated
After Bulk DeleteAfter bulk records are deleted
  1. Method & URL: Configure the endpoint to which webhook needs to be triggered. Supported methods are GET, POST, DELETE, PUT, HEAD, PATCH
  2. Headers & Parameters: Configure Request headers & parameters (optional)
  3. Condition: Only records meeting the configured criteria will trigger webhook (optional)
  4. Test webhook (with sample payload) to verify if parameter are configured appropriately (optional)
  5. Save the webhook

Configuring webhook

Webhook Response Sample

"type": "records.after.insert",
"id": "9dac1c54-b3be-49a1-a676-af388145fa8c",
"data": {
"table_id": "md_xzru7dcqrecc60",
"table_name": "Film",
"view_id": "vw_736wrpoas7tr0c",
"view_name": "Film",
"records": [
"FilmId": 1011,
"Title": "FOO",
"Language": {
"LanguageId": 1,
"Name": "English"

Environment Variables

In self-hosted version, you can configure the following environment variables to customize the webhook behavior.

  • NC_ALLOW_LOCAL_HOOKS: Allow localhost based links to be triggered. Default: false

Find more about environment variables here