Does Remarkety write back information to the Magento 2 database

Remarkety creates a table called "mgconnector_queue" to store all the outgoing webhooks from the store to Remarkety.
You can see the table content directly in your database or in Magento admin > Remarkety > Webhooks Queue.



Our mysql db keeps filling up causing issues with the magento 2 site and we are trying to figure out what is causing the problem. How do I troubleshoot? 


If the queue is full with events, you can check which "store_id" is keeping all the webhooks, and what the error is.
It is also possible that webhooks are not going out because the cronjob for your Magento is not configured correctly (we use the cronjob mechanism to send webhooks in a background process).

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