Webhook Response

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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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