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Outbound Webhooks

With outbound webhooks, you can conveniently trigger various actions when an event occurs, such as disabling cache or initiating workflows like notifications. This powerful feature enhances the flexibility and automation of your deployments.

To enable users to define outbound webhooks upon deployment completion, follow these simple steps:

  • Navigate to your Application's Settings page and locate the Outbound webhooks section.

  • Click on Add new webhook to open the modal form.

  • Fill out the required information in the form and proceed by clicking the Create outbound webhook button.

Special variables for payload

When the Request method is selected as Post, you can specify the request payload. This field accepts a raw string that will be send to the request URL. You can use the following variables to customize the request payload.

Variable Description
$SK_NOW An ISO 8601 formatted time string. The time is computed when sending the webhook.
$SK_NOW_UNIX The unix timestamp. The time is computed when sending the webhook.
$SK_APP_ID The application id.
$SK_ENVIRONMENT The environment name. When triggering an outbound webhook on publish, this is the name of the environment that the deployment is published to. Otherwise, it is the name of the environment which the build configuration is taken from.
$SK_DEPLOYMENT_ID The deployment id.
$SK_DEPLOYMENT_ENDPOINT The endpoint to preview the deployment.
$SK_DEPLOYMENT_LOGS_ENDPOINT The endpoint to preview the deployment logs. You will need to be authenticated to visit this URL.
$SK_DEPLOYMENT_STATUS A string indicating the deployment status. It's either success or failed.