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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.
You can use mutations to create or update a trigger. Mutations have the following structure:
  • An operation name
  • A field name, such as createTransactionsTrigger
  • 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 UUID of the successfully created Trigger object

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