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Customer Triggers - Define multiple triggers that use the same POST request to a create webhook API endpoint

Hi Flow Community 


Really hoping someone can help me with this one.


I am creating a customer flow connector that needs to have multiple triggers defined in the swagger file. For example
Trigger 1: Person
Trigger 2: Objective

Trigger 3: Review


I have a single Create Webhook API endpoint that I can make a POST request to thats sets up webhooks. The body of the request can be seen below. As you can see you have to state what entity I am interested in registering webhook notification for.





// Register a webhook to the person entity
curl --request POST \
  --url \
  --header 'Content-Type: application/json' \
  --data '{"Entity": "Person", "URL": ""}'

// Register a webhook to the objective entity
curl --request POST \
  --url \
  --header 'Content-Type: application/json' \
  --data '{"Entity": "Objective", "URL": ""}'




I'm struggling to model this in the Flow Custom Connector UI because after I've modeled the first trigger that uses the API the second trigger I try to create errors with the message below.


"The combination of the path and method must be unique to each operation. There are 2 operations sharing this path and method including PersonNotificatin, ObjectionNotification"




Can anyone explain how I can define multiple custom triggers in my swagger that use the same endpoint for creating a webhook and just post a different entity type in the body? 




Hi Cabs,


I haven't seen this issue before, but I did find an older forum post from another user with the same issue.  They found a workaround:


I hope this helps,


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