The webhook module allows developers to notify custom scripts and applications of events happening in SPP. 

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The webhook module supports events for new orders, updated orders, new invoices and many others. Webhooks are sent as a POST request to your selected URL with JSON formatted data in the body of the request:

  "event": "order.created",
  "created": 1558608668,
  "token": "tve5p0JOga4jncVs9bm7ZlAThXRxkyPN",
  "data": {
     "id": "666AF315",
     "date_added": "2010-12-30T15:00:00+0000",
     "date_completed": null,
     "status": "Pending",

The contents of the webhook are different for different webhook types but the general properties are:

  • event – webhook type

  • created – webhook timestamp

  • token – secret token you can use to verify webhook is indeed coming from SPP (shown when creating a webhook)

  • data – the object of the webhook. For invoice related webhooks it contains the invoice object, for orders–the order object and so on.

You can use a tool such as webhook.site to inspect the contents of the data object.

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After adding a new endpoint you can click the Test webhook button and send a sample request without having to trigger it. You can also add multiple webhooks for each event type, or create a single endpoint to handle multiple events.

Handling webhooks

Here’s a PHP example to handle webhook payload from SPP.

$message = json_decode(file_get_contents('php://input'));

if ($message->event == 'invoice.paid') {
     $invoice = $message->data;

// Do something with invoice data