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GraphQL mutations create and modify objects, and they are similar to PUT, POST, or DELETE requests in REST. Mutation requests share the same endpoint with query requests.
- An operation name
- A field name, such as
- The input data to use in the mutation passed as an argument, such as the details of the new trigger
- A selection of return fields that should be included in the response, such as the
UUIDof the successfully created Trigger object