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Deleting Webhooks from the API

To delete a webhook using the API, you first need to find the webhook ID.

You can find the webhook ID in the webhook response. In the following example, the id is a7c61a9c-a25b-4c27-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx

To delete this webhook, make an API call (DELETE) from your API client.


As detailed below, this call specifies the API endpoint, the organization ID, the resource (webhooks), and webhook ID (a7c61a9c-a25b-4c27-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx).

Example webhook with labels for API prefix, organization ID, resource, and webhook ID

After you delete the webhook, the Juniper Mist API will return an HTTP 200 OK response.