The Webhook system utility app provides a single trigger for receiving a webhook payload in either XML or JSON format:
When the trigger is configured it will provide the webhook URL and let you copy it to your system clipboard:
It will then wait for you to send a test XML or JSON payload so it can extract the mappable data fields from it:
Generally you will configure another system with the provided webhook URL and initiate a test transaction.
When the payload is received you can then save the trigger:
The data fields that were parsed from the sample payload can then be mapped to actions.
Unlike a polling trigger, a webhook automation will be instantly executed whenever it receives data.