For information on how to create or parse webhooks, go to the webhooks guide.
The notification kind, returned by calling
kind on the notification object, reveals what triggered the webhook.
These can be events related to a variety of things – for example, subscription activity or the underwriting of Braintree Marketplace merchant accounts. The specific trigger conditions depend on the notification kind.
Each type falls into one of the following broader categories:
All webhook notifications have a
timestamp, and an additional attribute that is specific to the notification type.
The specific trigger conditions depend on the notification kinds.
An invalid signature exception is raised if the webhook notification you attempt to parse has an invalid signature.
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