Headers must be an object
When calling a webhook, the error
headers must be an object indicates that the header in the HTTP request is not formatted as an array.
For example, this is a valid format for a header, as the
Content-Type value is formatted as a single element array:
"Content-Type": [ "application/json" ]
For more information on request formatting, see http.get().
TypeError: Cannot access member ‘post’ of undefined
When making an HTTP request, the error
TypeError: Cannot access member 'post' of undefined indicates that the HTTP service name defined in a webhook does not exist in your Realm app services.
For example, the following code tells your Realm application to use the service named
const http = context.services.get("foo");
In order for the above code to execute, you need to add an HTTP service named
foo to your Realm application: