Learn how to manage your webhooks.

Digital River uses webhooks to notify your application (endpoint URL) when events occur. A webhook contains the event and timestamp for the event. You can use the Webhooks section to view, edit, create, and delete webhooks.

When you register your webhook URLs with Digital River, Digital River creates an Event object and sends webhook events that notify your application any time an event occurs. You can also assign the webhook to a specific API version.

The Event object includes the type of event and the data associated with that event. Digital River sends the Event object to the endpoint URLs you define in the Digital River Dashboard's Webhooks settings for your account through an HTTP POST request. You can set up multiple webhook endpoints to receive a single event.

The Event logs list webhook events where you can drill down to the event details.

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