I'm trying to set up a webhook in a sandbox environment using this app. Using the public Heroku instance works as far as importing all the sObject names correctly, but attempting to create a webhook on any of them returns an error message saying The requested resource does not exist.

I've cloned the project and deployed to my own Heroku account so I could view the log myself, which shows this:

{"message":"sObject type 'ApexTrigger' is not supported.","errorCode":"INVALID_TYPE"}

Any insight into what the source of this error could be would be appreciated, especially if you have experience using this app for creating webhooks.

  • I'm familiar with this app. It is an app to create web hooks in a Salesforce org without writing any code. I suspect some kind of permissions problem, but in any case there can be no answer whilst it it closed. – pchittum Oct 26 '16 at 22:04
  • @Peter it's done – Samuel De Rycke Oct 27 '16 at 6:35

This error happens when the user you are using doesn't have "View All Data" and "View Setup" permissions. Make sure you connect with a user that has those perms.

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