You can download debug logs for a flow that can help you understand an error. The debug logs are captured over a period of up to 60 minutes after flow execution. You must enable the Debug Mode for the connection you're having trouble within the flow to download the debug logs for an entire flow,
Note: To use this feature, you must enable the Developer Mode at My Account > Profile. For more information, see Switch to Developer Mode.
- From the menu, click Connections.
- Click Actions on the flow you're trying to debug then select Debug connection.
- Set your preferred Debug Duration. (This is the duration for which the debug logs are captured after flow execution. For example, if you select 15 mins, your flow will be monitored for 15 minutes immediately after the flow execution.
- Click Save.
- After you have executed the flow, you can navigate to the connections for which Debug Mode is enabled and download the debug logs using the download icon in the Actions column.
Note: The download icon is disabled for connections that have disabled Debug Mode.
- View the downloaded debug log file. It contains useful information for requests and responses.
If your flow is experiencing errors, and you suspect the issue is with the communication between the app and integrator.io, you can use the debugger to address the problem. The debug dashboard will display all of the communication records between integrator.io and the app. You will have to manually go through the code to find the issue.
- From the menu, click Flows then select the flow you're having an error with.
- Click the Connections tab.
- Click Actions on the right side then select Debug connection.
- Set your preferred Debug Duration.
- Once enabled, you will have the option to select Open debugger
- Once clicked, the debugger dashboard will appear to the right of the Audit log tab.
- Click the debug dashboard. Go through the code in the editor to find the problem. Click Refresh to view the most recent requests and responses.
Check out our community forum for more info on the debugger. You can ask questions and post tips.