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Supported triggers and actions
Integrate Humanitix and MariaDB using the below triggers and actions
All Triggers - A trigger kickstarts the flow
Triggers when a new order is made in one of your events
Triggers when a new event is created
Triggers when a new row is added
Triggers when the details of an existing row are updated
All Actions - Actions are the automated tasks
Fetches the details of an existing event using ID
Inserts a new row in the selected table
Updates the details of an existing row in the selected table
Fetches an existing tuple or a row using the primary key or unique key
What is Humanitix?
Humanitix is a not-for-profit ticketing platform that gives its entire proceeds from booking fees to children's charities. It lets you design beautiful events with your own branding, add merchandise to your tickets, handle the masses with its automated waitlist, and more.
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