Webhooks allow you to build or set up a web service (perhaps in relation to your CRM) which subscribes to certain events in OnlineFundraising.
When the listed events are triggered a HTTP POST payload is sent to the configured webhook URL from IPs listed here: https://s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/dk.onlinefundraising.info/webhooks.json
Please note that webhooks may be delivered twice in rare occasions, if connection problems, bad timings etc. is experienced. Please also see delivery attempts below.
Please also note webhooks currently can only be configured by sending an email to email@example.com, including your webhook URL. Thanks
Below is a list of events triggering webhooks:
The Contact was created.
The Contact was updated.
The Contact was archived.
The Contact was merged into a target Contact. This callback will be sent for the Contact that is being archived.
The Agreement was created.
The Agreement was updated.
The Agreement was archived.
The Payment Method was created.
The Payment Method was accepted by Contact
The Payment Method was updated by Merchant
The Payment Method was rejected by Contact
The Payment Method was cancelled by Merchant or Contact
The Payment Method failed. Please see error description
The Payment Method expired
The Payment Method was expired. Used for MobilePay Subscriptions one-off that was not accepted in time.
The Subscription was created.
The Subscription was set active.
The Subscription was updated by Merchant.
The Subscription period ended.
The Subscription was cancelled by Merchant or Contact.
The Subscription was paused by Merchant.
The Subscription was restarted by Merchant.
The Payment was created.
The Payment was charged.
The Payment was expired. Used for MobilePay Subscriptions one-off that was not accepted in time.
The Payment was rejected by Contact.
The Payment was cancelled by Merchant.
The Payment was refunded by Merchant.
The Payment failed.
The AddOn was created.
The AddOn was updated.
The AddOn was cancelled.
The AddOn was archived.
The DataSet was created.
The DataSet was updated.
One or more webhook objects may be delivered in a single request.
Example of POST delivery
Webhook delivery attempts
Should your integration not respond or respond with a HTTP code other than 200 OK we will resend the webhook by an exponential backoff algorithm with the following seconds interval per attempt: