I also require this functionality.
For example, I would like to see how long each iteration took (without using any workarounds or extra steps) so I can estimate a suitable batch size. But, if I'm currently batching through 5200 records at 1000 records per batch, I can only see how long it took to process the last 200. Of course, you could extrapolate the answer in this case, but I would like to not have to use guesswork.
I'm also interested in a solution to this and have had similar struggles
I'm new to Workato, but this seems like a basic feature you would have to have in order to debug your recipes. it certainly confused me at first. I thought I was only processing a single record until I found this thread.
Hi - according to the thread in the community (https://community.workato.com/main/groups/44978/lounge/posts/723294?tab=comment) as of May, Workato were planning an enhancement in this area. Might be best to continue the discussion over there.
I think this option should be integrated in the debug interface by default. The Workato Lists or Google Sheets options are useful workarounds but I don't think it is a good practice to make recipes more complex when were are only trying to debug them.
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See output from every iteration of a loop
When using a "for each" loop in a recipe, the job report only contains the input & output for the last execution of each action in that loop.
This makes it very hard debugging when something went wrong in an earlier iteration (but the recipe didn't stop with an error).
I'd like to be able to see the input & output of the actions in the loop for every iteration of the loop when looking at the job report, so I can debug issues that occurred in the loop.
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