Geotab rules can be setup such that when a rule is broken our system will perform an HTTP GET or POST request to a URI you that you specify. This can be used to call web services on your own systems to handle the business logic yourself. The URI you use allows for templating, which means that information about the current exception can be passed along in the HTTP URI itself.
Let's say you had a web service that wants to know when people leave a zone. That web service may be available on the web at:
You could then use that as the base URL for an HTTP GET request and pass along query string parameters for your HTTP handler. That might look something like this:
You would create a web request template by going to this URI:
You will be able to see all the available tokens for sending along with your web service call there.