I would appreciate some help. I am using automation to send Airtable records to Integromat webhook and I have successfully managed to send and work with data “recordID”. That is also the trigger in the first step of the automation “When record updated”.
The remaining two Input variables are linked files, and I can not manage to receive data from linked files in Integromat.
Maybee these two lines should me rewriten since they are linked files?
await fetch(url + inputConfig[“Opportunity”]);
await fetch(url + inputConfig[“Suppliers”]);
This is likely very possible, but the easier way is to just send the RecordID to Integromat/Make, and then use the “Get A Record” module to pull in all the field values, including the linked record IDs:
In the box where you chose the ID, you can choose different field values from your #2 module. If you don’t see the values, send another record to the webhook — a record that has all the fields filled in.
In the third record, I choose the record ID of the linked Opportunity record in that base and I still do no see value from that linked record? Do you have an idea of I might be doing wrong? Please see the screenshots below.
The linked record field returns an array of Record ID’s, and you can’t pass an array to the “Get A Record” module, which is only expecting a single Record ID.
You saw that if your array only contains a single Record ID, it will work because it’s only passing a single Record ID, but if you have an entire array of Record ID’s, it won’t work.
If you want to do it manually, you will have to choose the #1 option underneath the name of the field if you want the 1st linked record, and the #2 option underneath the name of the field if you want the 2nd linked record.
If you want ALL the linked records, regardless of quantity, then you’ll have to use the “Iterator” Module to iterate through the array, so it will send one Record ID at a time to the Get A Record Module.
Sorry I can’t help you further, because it would take me a long time to train you on all the nuances on Make or create a sample scenario for you.
Unfortunately, Make is an extremely complex platform that offers absolutely zero helpful documentation, so it makes it very difficult for people to learn anything beyond the bare basics.
I don’t have the time to train you on how to assemble your particular Make scenario, but I would recommend opening up a support ticket with their technical support team here, who can help you piece it all together.