Accessing Log:

The “Log about Webhook” feature in UniTaskerPro is designed to provide detailed insights into the interactions between UniTaskerPro and various webhooks configured within the system. This feature enables users and developers to monitor, debug, and optimize the webhook integrations.

Key Terminology

  • Webhook: A user-defined HTTP callback that is triggered by specific events in UniTaskerPro.
  • Event: An action or occurrence within UniTaskerPro that can trigger a webhook, such as task creation, update, or completion.
  • Request Format: The data sent from UniTaskerPro to the webhook URL, typically in JSON format, contains information related to the triggering event.

Understanding Log Entries

Each log entry provides detailed information about a webhook event, including:

  • Name: A descriptive name for the webhook action
  • Response code: The HTTP status code returned by the destination server, indicating the success or failure of the webhook call.
  • Action: Each entry will have an action button. Clicking this button reveals a menu with options for managing the product:
  • View: View the complete details .
  •  Edit: Edit the existing information.
  • Delete: Delete the selected log . (Use with caution)

Analyzing and Troubleshooting

Use the log entries to:

  • Verify Successful Integrations: Check for successful status codes (e.g., 200 OK) to confirm that the webhook was processed correctly by the receiving server.
  • Identify and Resolve Issues: Look for error codes (e.g., 404 Not Found, 500 Internal Server Error) to troubleshoot problems with the webhook setup or the receiving server.

By following the step-by-step instructions outlined in this documentation, users can easily integrate webhooks into their workflow within our software environment. Webhooks serve as essential tools for automating processes, enabling real-time communication, and enhancing the efficiency of various tasks by facilitating automatic responses to predefined events or actions.