Once you've named and saved your destination, create a sync if you already have a model, or create a new model and then apply the destination.
Below, we create a Snowflake query that will send company_id, name, website to our webhook.
Once you've named the model and picked your primary key, you'll be able to add the destination you created in Step 1. You'll be prompted to configure the webhook.
Here we've opted to sync all columns with the same name, and will trigger on all events. Finally, pick your schedule, and click Start Run to start you first sync. You should see the progress update to Completed.
Once completed, you can manually initiate the first run, or wait for it to sync automatically. Your endpoint will receive a body with an array of named objects for each row and column.
If you run into a scenario where your webhook errors out saying that a specific section of the json block cannot be empty, it may be associated to how Hightouch sends the records. In the sync configuration options, we allow you to specify if you want us to send as a single row or a batch of rows. If you chose, batch of rows, the payload will be sent as a JSON array which the Webhook might reject. If you're finding you're having an issue with the payload, try single row instead.
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