Message Start Event (Webhook)

Issues a URL that awaits a Webhook (HTTP request) in a specified method, and starts a new Process automatically when a Webhook is received. Capable of storing the received request body in a String-type Data Item. Also able to return an HTTP response with Business Data inserted.

Configs: Common
  • Step Name
  • Note
Configs
  • API key *
    • (String-type single-line)
  • Method of receiving HTTP request *
    • GET
    • POST
    • PUT
    • PATCH
    • DELETE
  • Content-Type of receiving HTTP request *
    • application/json
    • text/xml
    • application/x-www-form-urlencoded
  • Data item that will save the request body
    • (String-type multiple-line)
  • Content-Type of HTTP response *
    • application/json;charset=UTF-8
    • text/xml;charset=UTF-8
  • Body of HTTP response#{EL}
    • Insert reference…
      • Title
      • Process ID
      • Process Start User
      • Process Start Organization
      • Process Start Datetime
      • Process Sequence Number
      • App ID
      • App Nmae
      • (Data Items)

Capture

Notes

  • You can check the incoming URL on the properties screen
  • The value of “API key” can be set arbitrarily. (Auto-generation is also available)
  • It may not be started automatically due to the limit on the number of startups of the entire Workflow platform
  • Communication from external networks is not permitted in the default settings of the Workflow platform
    • To allow communication from an external network, modify the settings in [IP Address Filtering] < [System Settings] (M312: System Administrator authority is required)
    • You can restrict the source IP addresses that can access each trigger URL
  • After the App is Released, you can view details about the Receive Task from Other information, such as IP address filtering

See also

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