Webhook Response

Updated 11 months ago by Karan

Webhook Response

Byteline allows you to add Webhooks triggers in minutes without any need to put your coding skills into action. Webhook enables real-time triggers of flows using HTTP/REST calls.

For these Webhook trigger based flows, Byteline provides you with Webhook Response task to return a custom HTTP response on the completion of the flow. You have an option to return a custom redirect URL, headers, and a body.

In this documentation, we have explained the steps to set the Webhook Response node.

Let’s get started.

Step 1: Hover the cursor over the Webhook Response node icon to display the options. Once displayed, click on the edit button to set the node.

Note: Webhook Response can only be used with Webhook as a trigger. 
Note: Users should only add this Webhook task node as the last node of the flow.

You can specify three things here:

  1. Redirect URL: When the API is called from the browser of the user’s session or so, the user will be redirected to the provided URL. You can use a Byteline expression to provide a dynamic URL.

  1. Headers: You can specify headers when you want to pass any header values. Byteline expression can be used to provide dynamic value for a header.

  1. Response Body: The JSON response body will be returned with the provided key-value pairs. Byteline expression can be used to provide dynamic value for a value.

Step 2: Click on the Save button to save the changes.

You have successfully set the Webhook Response Node.

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