This page provides documentation on the request format of the Webhook Notification option.
Requests will be made using either a HTTP POST or HTTP GET request, depending on the selection made when creating the notification.
Webhook requests are made asynchronously with respect to the entry, so there might be a slight delay of a few seconds from when the entry occurred to when the request was received.
Door Attendant will attempt to retry the notification in the event of an error, up to three (3) times. After the third failed attempt, no more attempts will be made and your endpoint will not receive a notification about the entry.
|This identifies this specific entry event. If you receive a request more than once with the same EntryId, you can safely ignore it.|
|The date and time that this entry event occurred.|
|This is identifies the specific Attendant that the request was for.|
|The name of the attendant.|
|The phone number of the location where the call originated.|
|The name of the location where the call was from. (If you have not specified a name, then this will be the same as the phone number)|
|This is the access code that a guest entered to open the gate/door. (This is only available if Access Control is enabled)|
|This is the name of the guest that entered. (This is only available if Access Control is enabled)|
A successful acknowledgement of the notification should be indicated with a response code of
2xx. All other responses will be assumed to be an error.