Working with the Webhook APIs

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An Overview of the Webhooks API
Webhooks v3 provides organizations with the ability to manage the service the way  they  want to manage it. With Webhooks v3, organizations can do such things as: Create, delete, and modify webhook subscriptions. Start a...
Getting an Authentication Token
The Identity Cloud is beginning to transition to token-based authentication for API endpoints, and Webhooks v3 is one of the first major features to rely on this authentication method. That means that, in order to call a webhooks ...
Using an Authentication Token to Make a Webhooks API Call
After you have your access token the rest is easy. If you’re using Postman, click  Authorization , click  Type , and then click  Bearer Token : After that, set the value of the  Token  field to ...
Enabling, Disabling, and Deleting Webhook Subscriptions
One of the cool things about Webhooks v3 is this: it’s remarkably easy to enable and disable a given webhooks subscription (in fact, you can even delete a webhooks subscription if you don’t need that subscription anymore). Don’t ...
Configuring Webhook Subscriptions
Ultimately, Webhooks v3 comes down to subscriptions: without at least one webhook subscription you won’t ever receive an event delivery. To get webhook events delivered to you, you need to set up a subscription or two. (Or even more, as the ...
Working with the Events Store
The  /webhooks/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/events  endpoint returns information about the events that have been generated for a given webhooks subscription. For example: {    "id": "28da8068-61cc-4a...