Receiving a request to an Arnold endpointView Arnold overview
Let's create an Arnold EndpointBefore you're able to use Arnold you'll need to setup at least one endpoint. It's really simple requiring a single line within an Author Key (per endpoint).
Here we've created an endpoint with the URI; parcel.deadletter.io/v4/Parcel/arnold/Do-ID+OWZbS-NR5B6-vAX3N
?DRP PARCEL- G A #Do-ID+OWZbS-NR5B6-vAX3N
You can create more than one endpoint, by appending the command within the Author Key as follows;
This sets the information received as LR5p6. Always use a random string for these values - for added security & to avoid possible conflicts.
?DRP PARCEL- G A #Do-ID+OWZbS-NR5B6-vAX3N -- VAL_LR5p6
Parcel Endpoints are permanent (they never expire). Although, they get flushed if you generate too many, are no longer actively using them or; remove them yourself, for security reasons. You can consider them safe for long-term purposes.
Limitations of Arnold endpointsParcel webhooks have a few limitations, for most uses Arnold will be both simpler & faster than using CHAD.
|1.||Arnold endpoints can only receive POST requests|
|2.||Arnold can only use JSON format|
|3.||requires Body parameter (posts)|