Webhooks is a documented feature. There is also an article about this topic.
You asked "Are triggered webhooks that are queued saved in the database?".
Webhooks are a subscription to be notified when certain changes occur to certain tables/entities in the database. These definitions are maintained in the webhook table.
What is queued, when the event is raised, are the notifications, or webhook payloads. The payload contain which entity and which action raised the event. The payloads are not stored in the database. If for some unknown reason a webhook request fails to receive a 200 OK response, it's paused and retried a few more times (as detailed in the article). If it continues to fail, then the webhook is set to too many failures and will no longer send notifications. The webhook payload from these failed attempts is discarded. Then, it's up to the subscriber to reset the webhook (set it to active) when the receiving URL is accessible again.
Yes, webhooks are accessible in the CRMScript API. There are several examples for getting all webhooks, creating webhooks and testing webhooks in this forum post.
New to webhooks is the ability to create a webhook that calls a CRMScript directly. See the docs for details.
Hope this helps!
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