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Fvamaro
Helper I
Helper I

Creating WebHook sender

I'm developing a Custom connector with Microsoft Flow.

 

I've already connected my webApp (asp.Net) with flow and it works fine! Now I want to extend its functionalities and add some triggers through webhooks.

 

I followed this tutorials

 https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/webdev/2015/09/15/sending-webhooks-with-asp-net-webhooks-preview/ but I don't know how it works with flow.

 

What can I do?

 

(I've already see that https://emea.flow.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/customapi-webhooks/#creating-webhook-triggers-fr..., but my question its how to implementit in visual studio)

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RajRa
Power Automate
Power Automate

Hi Fvamaro,


You would have to onboard your custom API using the sample as a reference. The reference uses GitHub but you should be able to use it as a starting point. You will need to register an end point to subscribe and un-subscribe the weekhook among other things. If there are specific questions, I can help.

 

thanks

 

Anonymous
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Hi My question would be the same as previous. How would i implment this in visual studios. Many of the how-to-tutorials are great, but what it doesn't share are references to doing it in my hown code. Git hub took care of the back end. What do I need to have prepared for me to save the right data? Meaning what to expect to recieve from flow. I might be asking naively.

 

Thank you

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