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Inbound Webhooks Overview

The inbound webhooks allow events in external systems to trigger package executions, enabling you to implement event driven workflows in COZYROC Cloud. To configure a package for execution via an inbound webhook you need to create one - either from the package page (via the "Add Trigger" button and then by selecting the "Webhook" option) or from the "Webhooks" page.


After creation an inbound webhook is enabled by default. If you want to prevent a webhook from being triggered, you can disable it at any time from its page or from the page of its corresponding package.

Inbound Webhooks Management

The Inbound Webhooks page displays a list of all inbound webhooks (enabled and disabled) and allows you to perform a number of actions:

  • Add a new webhook or delete an existing one
  • Copy webhook url
  • Enable or disable webhooks

Trigger package execution via Webhook

You can trigger a webhook by copying the webhook URL from its details page and then making a HTTP GET or HTTP POST request to that URL.


  • HTTP GET - verification only, doesn't trigger execution, supports reading data from request's query string and headers
  • HTTP POST - supports reading data from request's query string, headers and body

Using external event data in you package

The webhook page allows to set package parameters based on the event data sent with the webhook request. Currently we support 3 types of data sources:

  • Body - gets data from request body (only for HTTP POST requests) as text
  • HTTP Headers - gets data from request headers and serializes it to JSON in a key-value format
  • Query - gets data from query string and serializes it to JSON in a key-value format


We support nested objects. Hence it is possible your expression to specify source property.

e.g. ${Webhook::Query.validationToken} or ${Webhook::Headers.Authorization} or ${}

Learn more about the topic here.

Response configuration

Some external systems will require a response from the webhook (e.g. as part of a verification phase). From the webhook page you are able to configure the response details - choose a content type and use a simple template syntax to build the response body. All event data sources are also available here (Body, Headers and Query).


Learn more about the topic here.


Similar to Scheduled jobs you can set the Webhook to send email notifications to users upon package execution failure or success.