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Retrieve Quiz Results Webhooks in Java

ClassMarker is a secure online Quiz Maker platform for Business and Education for giving exams and assessments.

Our WEBHOOKS allow you to receive Quiz results in real time using Java.

How to Create a Webhook to receive Quiz results in Java

Developer Documentation

Testing Webhooks

Note: You must add your unique SECRET PHRASE which you are given when you create your Webhook in ClassMarker. See: 'classmarkerSecretPhrase' in the file.

You can test your Webhook script is working by sending sample Webhooks to your endpoint URL from your Edit Webhooks page in ClassMarker.

The difference between LIVE Webhooks and VERIFICATION Webhooks:

The payload_status element in the JSON body will read: ...{ "payload_status", "live" // For live actual User results },... OR ...{ "payload_status", "verify" // When Verifying from your Webhooks page },...

Testing Webhooks locally

For testing locally, you create a secure URL to your localhost using:

Getting Started

STEP 1 - Optional pending your requirements

Create a database to store results in. A sample table scheme is available at: Github ClassMarker API (Question and Answer tables are not included). See: create_classmarker_tables.txt

  • classmarker_tests: for tests information (test name and ID)
  • classmarker_groups: for group information (group name and ID)
  • classmarker_links: for link information (link name and ID)
  • classmarker_group_results: for group results (holds test results taken within Groups)
  • classmarker_link_results: for link results (holds test results taken from Direct links)

STEP 2 - Using Docker on Localhost

  • Create a new Webhook in ClassMarker under the My account / Webhooks page.
  • Set Endpoint Url: 'http://localhost' (we'll change this later)
  • Then click 'Save Webhook Settings'
  • Click 'View Webhook secret phase'
  • Copy your secret phrase to the classmarkerSecretPhrase variable in file
  • Build the docker image via 'docker build -t classmarkerjavaexample .'
  • Run the docker image via 'docker run -p 8080:8080 classmarkerjavaexample'
  • Use ngrok to tunnel verification Webhooks from ClassMarker to your localhost
  • Run ngrok to open publicly accessible port to your classmarkerjavaexample webserver via './ngrok http 8080' which will give you a http and a https url.
  • On your Edit Webhooks page in ClassMarker, Update the Endpoint URL: set to '[HTTPS URL FROM NGROK]/webhook'
  • Select the checkbox 'Verify on Save'.
  • Then click 'Save webhook settings' to test.
  • You should see the message 'HTTP RESPONSE STATUS CODE: 200'.


Recommended to log webhooks to a local file to see you are receiving webhooks OK.


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