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Old 07-01-2016, 05:27 AM
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Default EventingConnector Snap-In through HTTP

I am using Avaya Collaboratory and have setup in the Event Catalog an event that expects a JSON REST post and used that event to start a workflow I created in Engagement Designer. I can test this workflow by simulating the event by creating an instance and it works great. What I can't figure out how to do is to trigger this event from the outside world. After much digging, I found the link below that mentions in the "Publishing Events through HTTP" that there is a base URL you can call with the format: https://securityModuleIP/services/ EventingConnector/events

I cannot seem to figure out where this Security Module IP comes from, so can anyone help with that? I would need this IP to be externally accessibly so that it can be called from anywhere, which seems to be the point of this function. The only external IP address I see in my Collaboratory documentation is the Outgoing NAT IP/FQDN, but if I plug that in to the URL above I get a 404 error.

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