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Webhooks FAQs

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In the case where a third party services is down during a webhook POST call, you won't receive any notifications. But, users have the provision to retry the webhook operation. You can check webhook logs to view the failed requests and can retry them.

When a release is deployed, it triggers the webhooks for the individual items (entries and assets) of the release, if such webhook events are defined.

In such cases, a source key is added to the webhook data of an event that is triggered via a release. This key contains the JSON data of the source event (type, title, and UID).

Here's what is added to the webhook data:

"source": {
    "type": "release",
    "title": "{{release_title}}",
    "uid": "{{release_uid}}"
},

You can trigger a webhook for several events as listed in the Webhook Events article.

Yes, you can filter the webhook execution details returned in the API response based on a specific date range. To do so, pass from and to as query parameters while running the Get executions of a webhook API request. You need to provide the dates for both these parameters in ISO format.

For instance, to specify December 8, 2017, you can provide the following value in ISO date format:

2017-12-08T00:00:00.000Z

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