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  • 1.  Webhooks

    Posted 01-29-2018 09:50
    Can you do more than one if statement in an update webhook, instead of writing 4 webhooks doing an update for each field required?

  • 2.  RE: Webhooks

    Posted 01-29-2018 16:02
    Hi Paul,

    Are you attempting to make the Webhook conditional so that it will fire off of any one of four fields changing and write over only that one field? Is that creating new records or is it updating existing records?

  • 3.  RE: Webhooks

    Posted 01-30-2018 07:30
    Hi Evan, Thank you for your response, Yes I would like to make the webhook conditional...I am currently having four relationships between Table 1:Access Premises and Table 2: Wayleaves (Permissions), these relationships are presented in Table 1 as follows:
    1. Wayleaves 1
    2. Wayleaves 2
    3. Wayleaves 3
    4. Wayleaves 4

    The user has the ability to select 1 or 2 or 3 or 4, or all of them at any given time...we want to capture the date when this field is selected by the user in the following fields:
    1. Wayleaves 1 Selected Date
    2. Wayleaves 2 Selected Date
    3. Wayleaves 3 Selected Date
    4. Wayleaves 4 Selected Date

    We currently are doing this with 8 web hooks, 4 to update the date, and 4 to remove the date, if the record is de-selected...

    We are trying to do all of this in 1 or 2 web hooks?