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Is the outlook notifications webhook body incompatible with WDL?

I'm taking my first shot at the new HTTP Webhook Trigger, and i have high hopes for it.

 

But alas, when i used the configuration data from Outlook REST API docs in the following Flow, i get an error i don't know how to act on, ""Unable to parse template language expression 'odata.type': expected token 'LeftParenthesis' and actual 'Dot'.".'.  "

 

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so what's the trick to using the Webhook Trigger with Outlook?

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Re: Is the outlook notifications webhook body incompatible with WDL?

Hi mcorning,

 

Currently I am researching on this part.

Based on my testing, adding a @ symbol before the Subscribe Body should be able to save the flow successfully. But the Flow always fails and currently I can't seem to find a way to check the error details.

In addition, sharing the available articles for reference:

Outlook Push Notifications REST API reference

 

Get started with the webhook connector

The official article regarding the webhooks:

Using Webhooks with Microsoft Flow

 

Hope the information above is helpful.

Regards

 

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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Re: Is the outlook notifications webhook body incompatible with WDL?

any progress in your research to share?

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Re: Is the outlook notifications webhook body incompatible with WDL?

Hi @mcorning,

 

No helpful information currently.

By the way, have you tried the @ symbol?

Regards

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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