You can create webhooks that send messages to single services, as well as multicast webhooks that send data to multiple destination URLs. 

Steps to create an outgoing webhook in Caspio platform

  1. In the left panel on the main screen, click Webhooks. 
  2. In the upper-right corner, click Create outgoing webhook. 
  3. In the Information section, enter the name and description for your webhook.
    Entering meaningful information will help you recognize your webhook on the list.
    Information section for providing basic details of a webhook definition (name and description).
  4. In the Outgoing URLs section, paste the URL of the service you want to update by sending webhooks from Caspio. 
  5. Optional: If you want this webhook to send data to multiple URLs, turn on the Multicast webhook toggle, and then paste additional URLs as required.

    Note: Access to multicast webhooks depends on your plan.

    Outgoing URLs section of the Create outgoing webhook panel that shows controls for entering webhook URLs.

  6. From the Secret section, copy the client secret to paste in the destination service.
    The secret key allows you to verify if webhook messages come from Caspio.

    Secret section of the Create outgoing webhook panel that shows a secret key to copy to the destination service.
  7. Click Create.
    Result: Your webhook definition is created and an empty list of events is displayed. You can now specify how many calls per second this webhook can make, and then create the events that will trigger this webhook to send messages to the outgoing URLs.

Steps to create and edit an outgoing webhook through REST API

Use the following operations to programmatically create and manage outgoing webhooks through Caspio REST API. For a full list of available operations, see our Swagger UI documentation