In the CKEditor Ecosystem customer dashboard for SaaS or in the Management Panel for On-Premises, for each environment, there is a list of sent requests for each created webhook. Each request on the list can be resent and contains some relevant and useful information, such as:
The view of a particular request allows you to resent the webhook with exactly the same data, as during the first call.
CKEditor Cloud Services will retain requests for 3 months. The older requests will be periodically removed.
# Display requests
To display a list of requests sent by a particular webhook, you need to display a list of created webhooks for a particular environment.
Then click the selected webhook from the list.
You will see the paginated list of the webhook’s requests. It comes with basic information like response status, the name of the event which triggered the webhook, and the time when it was sent.
# Filtering requests
The list of requests usually contains hundreds of requests. To make reviewing them easier, there is a possibility to filter them.
By using the filters above the list you can filter the request by response status, events, and range of time when they ocurred.
By default, the requests from the last hour are displayed.
You can select the date range or you can use the relative time frame.
All filters are saved in the URL of the list. It allows you to share the link with anyone who will need to see the exact, filtered list of requests.
Example path with filtering parameters:
# Details of request
To check the details of a particular request click the event name or the icon with an eye on the right side of the selected row.
After selecting a particular request, you will see its details.
You can switch between Request and Response details, by using the
Response tabs at the top.
# Manual resent
In case of failure of a server that receives the webhooks requests, you may need to manually resent a specific request to not lose data.
The request details view allows you to resend the request by using the
Resend the request button.
You will be asked to confirm the action.
After the request will be resent successfully, you will be asked to stay on a page with the request or go to the details of the new request, which was sent during performing the resent action.