- Disable formula instances after too many consecutive execution failures
*Because things can go wrong, it's nice to know when that happens. We have introduced code to monitor your formula instances for consecutive failures and will be disabling them (and notifying you) when that happens too many times.
*The threshold for disabling a formula instance is at least 100 consecutive errors for at least 24 hours.
*You will receive notifications via email and the Alert log in the console when a formula instance reaches 50%, 75%, and 100% of the limit.
*APIs that return formula instances will now provide fields indicating the number of consecutive errors, the time of the first consecutive error (if applicable) and the number of warnings that have been sent out.
*The execution log in the console will now indicate that an execution has failed if any step has errored (an exception was thrown or an unexpected failure occurred (i.e., not filter or loop steps)) and not just the last one.
- New Element extend functionality
*You can now extend certain element by adding new resources of your own, or overriding existing resources.
-The override is based on the resource's method name, and path.
*Resources that are extended are accessible only for the users in that account and not by any other users.
*When we've made a change to the element (additional resources or fixes), the changes is reflected in your extended element as well. This is different than the existing clone functionality, where changes to the element would not be reflected in your copy.
*You can also use this extend functionality to override the resource models.
*A new extended field can be found on the element payload to identify if the element has been extended.
*A new extendable field has also been added to the element payload to identify if the element can be extended. Not all of them are extendable right now, but we're working on it.
- Created WooCommerce WP REST element
*Created a new WooCommerce element, named WooCommerce WP REST. This element connects to the v1 of the Woocommerce API that is leveraging the Wordpress REST API
*Full functionality for events, (polling and webhooks) as well as bulk. Try it out!
- Now see which execution triggered a retried formula execution
*When a formula triggers a retried execution using a retryFormulaExecution step, the ID of the execution that caused the new execution to occur can now be found in the trigger's execution values at trigger.retryParentExecution.
- Updated the max page limit and template param value to support double quotes in the name for Expensify.
*User now can give the double quotes in any field value e.g. merchant name can be "Demo" and also updated the max page size to 2000
Apr 12, 11:53 MDT