Template : how to use data from a webhook to add row in Glide app

I try to add multiples rows in Glide Table by using a webhook Glide and https requests
All necessary informations for the call API is provided with the webhook.
I search a template which does something similar.

Call API

curl --request POST ‘https://api.glideapp.io/api/function/mutateTables
–header ‘Content-Type: application/json’
–header 'Authorization: Bearer ***
–data-raw '{
“appID”: "pZ
“mutations”: [
“kind”: “add-row-to-table”,
“tableName”: “native-table-ANLUcAcAMqoZTzE0elRP”,
“columnValues”: {
“gj6dW”: “”,
“Name”: “Task 1”
}, {
“kind”: “add-row-to-table”,
“tableName”: “native-table-ANLUcAcAMqoZTzE0elRP”,
“columnValues”: {
“gj6dW”: “”,
“Name”: “Task 2”
}, {
“kind”: “add-row-to-table”,
“tableName”: “native-table-ANLUcAcAMqoZTzE0elRP”,
“columnValues”: {
“gj6dW”: “”,
“Name”: “Task 3”

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Thanks for your response.
I will try it.

The http request works !
Thanks a lot for your suggestion and your screenshot.
I still have to work out how to map the webhook data to dynamically feed the request content.


With the webhook, there is an issue with the parameter to map for Request content.

For the 1rst case, I have a BundleValidationError
For the 2nd case, status code is 400. Request content is considered as empty

Solved ! The problem was a bad naming of parameter in Glide

Thanks @samliew !

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Heya @Ludovic_M welcome to the community :wave:

I’m just quickly stepping in to say awesome work getting this up and running with the assistance of @samliew :clap:

Thanks a lot for circling back here and sharing your final solution for the benefit of the community. We all 100% appreciate it :pray: