A WebhookWebhook - Automated messages sent from an app when an event occurs. The vendor will send an HTTP POST request containing desired data to a URL provided by the customer. The customer should refer to vendor documentation for payload format information. is a way to enable server-to-server communication. Webhooks are asynchronous by nature and facilitate communication between two different software systems, allowing each system to push state/status changes from one system to the other. Webhooks are essential for keeping your system up to date with the latest status/events from the Bond platform. At Bond, these include events such as when your customer’s bank confirms a payment, a customer disputes a charge, or a recurring payment succeeds.
The following is an overview of how to set up Webhooks:
- Get the webhook URL from the application you want to send data to.
- Use that URL in the webhook section of the application you want to receive data from.
- Subscribe to the types of events you want the application to notify you about.
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On this page you can:
- Manage existing webhooks and view their details
- Add webhooks
- Click on the webhook you want to examine.
The details pane for the webhook is displayed on the right.
- Click on Expand (down arrow) to expand the required section, for example Card or KYC.
The relevant section is expanded as shown in the following graphic.
- Click Create Webhook.
The Create Webhook popup is displayed.
- Under URL to send data to, enter the URL for the webhook.
- Under Description, enter a descriptive name for the webhook.
- Under Events, check the required event(s) for which to create a webhook.
- Click Save to save the new webhook, or click Cancel to cancel the process.
The new webhook is displayed in the list.
- Click on the webhook you want to edit.
The details pane for the log is displayed on the right.
- Edit the required details, such as URL or Events.
- Click Save.
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