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hello every one,

so i set my trigger on "When webhook received" (i receive a webhook for every new order in shopify) the problem is i wont to create a line on airtable for every line item and it has to contain all clients detail and product info related to that line item, any help would be appreciated.

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What issues did you face while attempting to do this?  Could you provide some screenshots of the issues you faced?

You might want to look into a third party tool like Zapier to handle this for you instead as well

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i already use make to do it but i want to connect shopify directly to airtable using a webhook


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To accomplish your goal of creating a line in Airtable for every line item in a new Shopify order, including all client details and product info related to that line item, you can follow these steps. This approach uses a webhook received from Shopify as a trigger, indicating a new order. From there, you'll parse the order data and use the Airtable API to create the necessary records.

1. Set Up the Shopify Webhook: Ensure your Shopify store is set up to send a webhook for new orders to your specified endpoint. This endpoint could be a server you manage or a cloud function on platforms like AWS Lambda, Google Cloud Functions, or Vercel.

2. Receive and Parse the Webhook Data: When an order is placed, Shopify sends a webhook to your endpoint. This webhook contains details about the order, including customer information and line items. Your endpoint must be configured to receive and parse this JSON data. You'll extract the necessary information, such as customer details (name, email, address, etc.) and line item details (product name, quantity, price, etc.).

3. Structure Data for Airtable: For each line item in the order, you'll create a new record structure that includes both the line item details and the associated customer details. This ensures that each Airtable record contains a complete snapshot of the line item and relevant customer information.

4. Use the Airtable API:  With your data structured appropriately, you'll use the Airtable API to create a new record in your Airtable base for each line item. This typically involves sending a POST request to the Airtable API endpoint for your base, with the record data included in the request body. Ensure you have the Airtable API documentation handy to correctly format your requests and authenticate properly.

5. Error Handling and Logging: Implement error handling to manage any issues that may arise during the process, such as network errors or API limits. Logging is also crucial for monitoring and debugging.

6. Security Considerations: Secure your endpoint by validating the Shopify webhook to ensure it's a legitimate request. Shopify provides a mechanism for verifying webhooks, which involves calculating a digital signature.

7. Testing: Before going live, thoroughly test your implementation with various order scenarios to ensure that the data is parsed correctly and that records are created accurately in Airtable.

Here's a simplified example of how you might handle the webhook data and create an Airtable record (Note: This is a conceptual illustration and not a complete code):

import requests

def parse_order(webhook_data):
# Parse the webhook JSON data
order_info = webhook_data['order']
customer_info = order_info['customer']
line_items = order_info['line_items']

for item in line_items:
# Combine customer info and item info
record = {
"fields": {
"Customer Name": customer_info['first_name'] + " " + customer_info['last_name'],
"Product": item['name'],
"Quantity": item['quantity'],
# Add more fields as needed
# Send to Airtable

def create_airtable_record(record):
airtable_api_url = ""
headers = {
"Authorization": "Bearer YOUR_API_KEY",
"Content-Type": "application/json"
response =, json=record, headers=headers)
if response.status_code == 200:
print("Record created successfully")
print("Error creating record")

# Example usage
# webhook_data = receive_webhook()
# parse_order(webhook_data)

This code is meant to serve as a guideline. You'll need to replace placeholders with your actual Airtable base ID, table name, and API key, and adjust the data parsing to fit your webhook's specific data structure. Additionally, ensure your endpoint is correctly set up to receive and handle webhooks from Shopify.

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