PostgreSQL
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PostgreSQLNew Row

Need to plug your PostgreSQL into your webhook workflow? Don't bother with any manual effort and use this Zap instead. Once you've got it up and running, just direct all your payloads to the custom webhook you define during configuration. Any payloads it catches will then automatically be sent to your PostgreSQL database, creating a new row with the information so that your pipeline keeps moving forward without any hiccups.

How It Works

  1. A new payload is caught by a webhook
  2. Zapier automatically adds a new row to PostgreSQL

What You Need

  • PostgreSQL account

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New or Updated Row

Triggered when a new row is added or modified.

Update Row

Updates an existing row.

New Row (Custom Query)

Triggered when new rows are returned from a custom query that you provide. Advanced Users Only

New Row

Adds a new row.

New Row

Triggered when you add a new row.

PUT

Fire off a single PUT request as a form or JSON.

Retrieve Poll

Poll a URL and look for new entries.

POST

Fire off a single POST request as a form or JSON.

Catch Hook

Wait for a new POST, PUT, or GET to a Zapier URL.

Custom Request

Fire off a custom request by providing raw details. Very flexible but unforgiving.

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What is Webhooks by Zapier?

Built-In

Webhooks simply POST data (or JSON) to a specific URL every time we see something new. Webhooks can also accept data (or JSON) to kick off a workflow in Zapier.

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