Getting your data is easy with Toric’s integrations. Read on for a step-by-step guide to configure your Toric Webhooks in your Procore account to access to your company and project data.
A webhook is a a type of lightweight API that could receive data when and change event is triggered. For example, if RFIs are added in your Procore project, an existing Procore source will be updated in Toric with latest changes. This trigger must be configured before using it in an automation.
There's plenty more online to learn about APIs vs. Webhooks, or you could like to deep dive on Procore Webhooks.
Go to the Procore Integration in Toric, then click the Webhooks tab.
In Procore, follow the following steps to setup Toric webhook:
Login to Procore and select your Company using the dropdown (top left).
Select a project using the Project selection dropdown (top left). If you do not select project, the Webhooks will fetch company level data.
Navigate to the Webhooks option in the right menu. Select this option to open Webhook Configuration.
Paste the Notification Endpoint URL generated in Toric.
Paste the Authorization Header id generated in Toric.
Scroll down the list of Webhooks configurations. There are configurations for each module in Procore
These are the categories at the Company Level
These are the categories at the Project Level
Select a project using the Project selection dropdown (top left)
Once a webhook is created, you have a few options. You can create a Webhook using the +Generate a Webhook button.
In addition, click the three dots to open the list of options:
Checkout this quick example of a Procore automation using Webhooks. Learn more about other types of actions in Automations for Integrations.
You cannot edit an existing Webhook. Check out Step 8 above for the available options.
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