PATCH/desk/api/v2/webhookendpoints/update.json

Update multiple webhookendpoints.

Update all the given properties for matching resources. Any omitted properties will be unchanged.

        The following values are allowed in the [filter](/docs/desk/d667a6937d077-filtering-api-results) query parameter:
    
  • id
  • url
  • contentType
  • allEvents
  • allInboxes
  • token
  • createdAt
  • updatedAt
  • state

Body Params

WebhookEndpoint represents a WebhookEndpoint.

    • Name
      allEvents
      Type
      boolean
    • Name
      allInboxes
      Type
      boolean
    • Name
      contentType
      Type
      string
    • Name
      createdAt
      Type
      string
      Description
      CreatedAt is a read-only date marking the creation time.
    • Name
      createdBy
      Type
      object
    • Name
      deletedAt
      Type
      string
      Description
      DeletedAt is a read-only date marking the time of deletion. Is only returned when the object is marked as deleted.
    • Name
      deletedBy
      Type
      object
    • Name
      filter_args
      Type
      object
      Description
      RequestCommons allows specifying paging and sorting options. All API endpoints should embed the RequestOrder for consistency.
    • Name
      id
      Type
      integer
    • Name
      state
      Type
      string
      Description
      State is the status of the object. Typically this will be either active or deleted. When deleted the `deletedAt` and `deletedBy` relationship will be returned.
    • Name
      token
      Type
      string
    • Name
      updatedAt
      Type
      string
      Description
      UpdatedAt is a read-only date marking the last updated time. This field is not updated when the object is deleted.
    • Name
      updatedBy
      Type
      object
    • Name
      url
      Type
      string

    Responses

    • Code
      200
      Type
      object
      Schema
      Description
      200 OK
      BulkOpResponse is a bulk operation response
    • Code
      400
      Type
      object
      Schema
      Description
      400 Bad Request
      Validator hold the validation errors. Typically you shouldn't create this directly but use the New() function.

    Examples

    200 OK

    BulkOpResponse
    {
      "jobId": "string"
    }