Packet Pacing on Cisco Webex Board
In order to narrow down the data that you receive from webhooks, you can add filters to your webhooks. To do this, you can create a webhook for a resource that applies to an event, and then add a filter or a combination of filters to send you only notification content that is based on the added filter restrictions. For example, you can register a webhook for a membership resource and then add filters so that the webhook only applies to a specific room, by using the roomId or roomType filter.
You can also use more than one filter for a webhook. For instance you can create a webhook and add a combination of filters so the webhook sends notifications only when a specific person (by personId or personEmail) posts a message in a specific room (by roomId or roomType). To add multiple filters for a resource, separate them by using the “&” symbol. For a reference table of available filters you can use, see Resources, Events & Filters below
You can only use ID filters for resources you have access to. If you do not have access to a particular resource or ID filter, you will receive an error (such as invalid value for filter: roomId) from the Webhooks API. Alternatively, Cisco Webex Webhooks also supports what is commonly known as a “firehose” or “wildcard” webhook, which allows your app to subscribe to all resources and/or events with a single webhook. For more information, see Using the Firehose Webhook.
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