deleteWebhook - SDK

Delete the provided webhook.

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Delete the provided webhook.


webhookstringThe webhook to delete.


Promise<void>voidReturns nothing.

Example Request and Response

Prerequisite: You will need to install the Alchemy SDK before making requests with it.

The commands for installing it using npm or yarn are given below:

npm install alchemy-sdk@latest
yarn add alchemy-sdk@latest


// Setup: npm install alchemy-sdk
// Github:
import { Alchemy, Network, WebhookType } from "alchemy-sdk";

// authToken is required to use Notify APIs. Found on the top right corner of
const settings = {
  authToken: "your-notify-auth-token",
  network: Network.ETH_MAINNET, // Replace with your network.

const alchemy = new Alchemy(settings);

const minedTxWebhook = await alchemy.notify.createWebhook(
  { appId: "wq9fgv022aff81pg" }

//Perform deletion of Webhooks
const deleteViaWebhookID = await alchemy.notify.deleteWebhook("wh_qv16bt12wbj9kax4");
const deleteMinedTxWebhook = await alchemy.notify.deleteWebhook(minedTxWebhook);



Use Cases

Here are some potential use cases for the deleteWebhook method:

  • Updating webhook settings: If you need to update the URL or other settings of a webhook, you can delete the existing webhook using thedeleteWebhook method and then create a new one with the updated settings using createWebhook.

  • Removing unused webhooks: If you have created a webhook that is no longer needed, you can delete it using deleteWebhook to clean up your API and reduce clutter.

  • Resolving issues with a webhook: If you are experiencing issues with a webhook, deleting it and creating a new one can help resolve the issue.

  • Revoking access: If you need to revoke access to your API for a particular webhook, you can delete it using deleteWebhook.

Related Methods

  • createWebhook - Create a new Webhook to track transactions sent by the app associated with the app id.
  • updateWebhook - Update a webhook address.