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Trigger webhooks from postgres

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pg-notify-webhook

Implements a simple server process that listens to Postgres notifications, then fires off a webhook in response.

The content of the message is sent as the JSON payload to the webhook.

You can use this to invoke AWS Lambda functions (fronted by API gateway) or any other system that receives HTTP requests.

Install it as follows:

pip install pg-notify-webhook

You simply set up a config.yaml with the database connection string and define one or more channels and webhooks. Then start the server as follows:

pg-notify-webhook

Once the server is running, you can send notifications from Postgres:

NOTIFY one, '{"name": "Vijay"}'

config.yaml
DSN: postgresql://user:password@hostname:5432/database
channels:
  - one
  - two
webhooks: 
  one: https://postman-echo.com/get?foo1=bar1&foo2=bar2
  two: https://example.com

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