[IMPLEMENTED] Event data status field in content changed web hook not as expected


We’re using a rule to call a web hook when the content changes for a particular schema.
What we are seeing is that when a new draft version of a previously published piece of content is changed the event data sent to the web hook still has the status as “Published”


“type”: “DocumentCreated”,
“payload”: {
“$type”: “EnrichedContentEvent”,
“type”: “Created”,
“id”: “f8dc96d0-2d4a-4e19-a626-c1f563b57001”,
“created”: “2021-06-16T21:26:12Z”,
“lastModified”: “2021-07-07T10:01:03Z”,
“createdBy”: “subject:606c28e95240954b9ea79fdb”,
“lastModifiedBy”: “subject:606c28e95240954b9ea79fdb”,
“data”: {

“status”: “Published”,
“partition”: 3897648,
“schemaId”: “5408b06a-f59f-43f8-b55c-f3a5537b16c6,document”,
“actor”: “subject:606c28e95240954b9ea79fdb”,
“appId”: “deaf9eb9-e52d-4b23-a310-66f18a143921,ieg4-council-web-dev”,
“timestamp”: “2021-07-07T10:01:03Z”,
“name”: “DocumentCreated”,
“version”: 2
“timestamp”: “2021-07-07T10:01:03Z”

I don’t know if this is by design or a problem, but we were expecting the status to be “Draft” or whatever stage currently set in the workflow.

Is there any way to get the current status of the latest version in the event data payload please?


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Yes, there is a property “newStatus” missing. Each content has 2 status actually.

I may have mis-understood the reply but do we need to be on a later version to see this property, or it’s coming down the line?

It needs to be implemented.

Hi, Sebastian. I can see [Solved] in header. Does that mean “newStatus” got in place in API?

It has nothing to do with the API…

Ah, agree. Sorry I just dismissed “webhook” relation here. I was more interested in GraphQL API and retrieving new status from there. And looks like it’s for other thread…
Was trying to execute this:
query {
queryTribeappContents(top: 10)
{ id, version, lastModified, newStatus, version, data {
areaName { iv }
header { en } }

But it reports there is no such field in place. Yeah, it’s not in schema I see. But it’s visible in model while debugging. Also I managed to retrieve that field via REST API, but not with GraphQL.
Any ideas what I’m doing wrong?

Please create another support ticket and follow the guideline there (e.g. format the code properly)

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