Add new Webhook POST requests to a SQL Server database

Zapier's Webhooks integration allows you to integrate to any app that supports webhooks. Add a Zapier webhook URL to that app to automatically receive a POST request when certain things happen in the app.

With this integration, Zapier can use the request data to automatically create a new SQL Server database record when the request is received. Once you set up this Webhook to SQL Server integration, new webhook requests received from that point forward are individually added as new records in the database. It's the perfect way to store data from webhooks in your SQL Server database.

How It Works

  1. Your app sends a request containing data to your Zapier webhook URL
  2. Zapier adds that request data to your SQL Server database as a new record

What You Need

  • An app that is able to send POST requests to a webhook
  • A SQL Server account
Add new Webhook POST requests to a SQL Server database
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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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