Connect Webhooks Pabbly Connect, and SQL
To learn more about the "HTTP request received" trigger of the Webhooks integration, or any of the actions, simply click on the image below.
Supported triggers & actions for Webhooks + Pabbly Connect + SQL
Actions & Triggers
HTTP request received
Triggers when a HTTP request was received within Webhooks.
Resolve target URL
Triggers when resolve a target URL within Webhooks.
Send webhook request
Triggers when send a webhook request within Webhooks.
Send data to Pabbly Connect webhook app
Send data to the Pabbly Connect webhook app.
Pabbly Connect webhook request received
A Pabbly Connect webhook request was received.
Run SQL queries
Run one or multiple SQL queries.
Run remote SQL queries
Run one or multiple remote SQL queries.
How to connect Webhooks + Pabbly Connect + SQL
You need access to Webhooks to use it as a trigger.
Setup Pabbly Connect + SQL
Make sure Pabbly Connect, and SQL are are set up and available.
Install WP Webhooks
Make sure that WP Webhooks is installed and activated on your WordPress website.Get WP Webhooks Automator
Create your automation workflow
Create a new automation workflow using Webhooks + Pabbly Connect + SQL.
The webhook integration contains further endpoints that have been specifically designed to integrate with other third-party services that support the standard webhook functionality.Learn more about the Webhooks integration
About Pabbly Connect
Pabbly Connect is a cloud-based integration platform that allows users to connect various applications and automate various workflows. It enables users to create custom integrations using a drag-and-drop interface and comes with pre-built integrations for popular applications such as Salesforce, QuickBooks, and Google Sheets. Pabbly Connect also offers a range of features, such as error handling, data mapping, and scheduling.Learn more about the Pabbly Connect integration
SQL (Structured Query Language) is a programming language used for managing data held in relational database management systems (RDBMS) or for stream processing in relational data stream management systems (RDSMS). It is beneficial for handling large datasets and performing complex queries and is a standard tool for data analysts and scientists.Learn more about the SQL integration