@Regalado, Dominique Thanks for reaching out. If the URL is being truncated at the “?” character, it’s likely because the “?” character is a reserved character in URLs and is used to indicate the start of a query string. If you need to include a “?” character as part of the URL itself you should URL encode it. In URL encoding, the “?” character is represented as “%3F”.
Here’s how you can do it in C#:
string url = "https://example.com/myendpoint?"; string encodedUrl = System.Net.WebUtility.UrlEncode(url);
encodedUrl variable will contain the encoded URL, which you can then use with the
WebHookEventSubscriptionDestination class to subscribe to events.
Please try and let me know incase of further queries, I would be happy to assist you.