Please refer to Webhook Fundamentals for more details on how to effectively use webhooks.

Container Modified Post Result Webhook CallbackΒΆ

When the TrustID Cloud has completed processing of an application, it can call your own webhook if it has been told to do so.

To identify a webhook of this type you should check for the following 2 request properties:

  • CallbackInfo.WorkflowName Will have one of the following values:

    • UpdateDocumentContainer This means that the container was modified.

    • UpdateDocument This means a document within the container was modified.

  • CallbackInfo.WorkflowState Will have a value of Start.

The following is an example request payload for this webhook:

  "Callback": {
    "Aborted": false,
    "CallbackAt": "/Date(1647258779242+0000)/",
    "CallbackId": "18c4ccd7-8fad-417f-9e3f-267b19d9d118",
    "CallbackStatusCode": 0,
    "CallbackUrl": "",
    "ErrorMessage": null,
    "ProcessName": "DataAccess.UpdateDocument",
    "RetryCounter": 1,
    "ScheduledAt": "/Date(1647258779233+0000)/",
    "State": 5,
    "UpdatedAt": "/Date(1647258779233+0000)/",
    "WorkflowName": "UpdateDocument",
    "WorkflowState": "Start",
    "WorkflowStorage": [
        "Key": "ContainerId",
        "Value": "4e4d4a9c-7027-4ce1-9740-8dcfcef38532"
        "Key": "DocumentId",
        "Value": "f358d13b-40d3-4b13-b8cd-d35bb9772b2e"
        "Key": "ClientApplicationReference",
        "Value": null
  "Response": {
    "AccessDenied": false,
    "CallbackId": null,
    "Locked": false,
    "Message": "Operation executed successfully.",
    "SessionExpired": false,
    "Success": true,
    "VpeUnreachable": false,
    "AutoReferred": false,
    "ContainerId": "4e4d4a9c-7027-4ce1-9740-8dcfcef38532",
    "DocumentId": "f358d13b-40d3-4b13-b8cd-d35bb9772b2e",
    "DocumentReplaced": false,
    "MergeContainers": false,
    "Merged": false