Thanks Bill but only sort of like that. The REST calls are limited to get anyways. But we need full functionality WebHooks: https://webhooks.pbworks.com/w/page/13385124/FrontPage
You register your url and receive a payload when some event occurs so your original caller automation can continue.
sorry - there was a page that described but i can't find it. i think there was a way to pass a uri/url parameter to alert on.
Asynchronous notification alternative
As an alternative to having to poll to get the completion status, you can include a
notifyURLargument in the initial POST. This argument specifies a URL where the system can send the
For example, you might include the following data in the POST request that executes the job:
This looks to be exactly what we need. Thank you sir.
I'm attempting to do some testing with this. The job executes fine and returns what it's supposed to upon POSTing, but the callback to the notifyURL never happens. I don't have an SSL cert installed on this test web server, so my notifyURL is going to http. Is this my problem, or should I be looking elsewhere?
i think http will work. do you see any traffic to the http server? can the appserver otherwise communicate w/ it ?