4 Replies Latest reply on Oct 20, 2017 12:24 PM by Michael Tucker

    Unable to post in Products Discussion Board

    Michael Tucker

      I'm having problems posting in the Products Community board. I have created a post about a webhook but I get the following error when I try to post it:

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      Any idea about how I can change that?

       

      Michael

        • Re: Unable to post in Products Discussion Board
          Sanford Whiteman

          How strange. Maybe it's something in your content itself?

           

          Much as I appreciate you posting in the right place, you can ask the question in this thread while you wait to get the expected access over there.

            • Re: Unable to post in Products Discussion Board
              Michael Tucker

              Thanks Sanford,

               

              I'm trying to push response data from a Net Promoter Score system called Wootric into Marketo. The system uses outbound webhooks to do this using a HTTPS POST, but the data doesn't seem to be saving to the Marketo database.

               

              According to the technical documentation (see Outgoing Webhooks) there is a token in the header that encrypts the payload for this webhook using HMAC-SHA1. I think that the challenge is that I don't see where to place this token in Marketo. Is that the right issue or is there another way to resolve this?

               

              Best regards,

               

              Michael

                • Re: Unable to post in Products Discussion Board
                  Sanford Whiteman

                  From Marketo's standpoint, an outbound webhook (from Wootric to Marketo) isn't a webhook. To Marketo, this is an inbound call, so you can't set up a Marketo Webhook definition that corresponds to this request. It needs to go someplace that understands it. However, neither the Marketo Forms endpoint nor the the REST API endpoint will understand Wootric's payload.

                   

                  You could set up an intermediate gateway that Wootric sends to, and then the gateway transforms the request and relays it to Marketo in a format Marketo understands.

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