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    When I'm trying to send a related record attribute via the "Send HTTP request" on the workflow, it never works
    like this: originalLead.utmcampaign
    screenshot attached, is there any way to make it happen?
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  • #2
    Hi Russ,

    Try using a variable in the following format: {$originalLead.utmcampaignId}.


    • #3
      Originally posted by lazovic View Post
      Hi Russ,

      Try using a variable in the following format: {$originalLead.utmcampaignId}.
      Sorry, I made a wrong screenshot, it was with a variable at the beginning,
      {$originalLead.utmcampaign} but didn't work

      this is how it came in on the other machine:

      {"id":"643873f2c29205e5a","type":"contact","lea dId ":"64386bd691f6f89db","createdAt":"2023-04-13 21:28:18","modifiedAt":"2023-04-13 21:28:48","fbc":"{$originalLead.fbc}","fbp":"{$ori ginalLead.fbp}","ga_pseudo_id":"{$ seudoid}","ipAddress":"{$originalLead.ipaddress}", "utm_campaign":"{$originalLead.utmcampaign}"," utm_ medium":"{$originalLead.utmmedium}","utm_source":" {$originalLead.utmsource}","utm_content":"{$origin alLead.utmcontent}","utm_term":"{$originalLead.utm term}","page-path":"{$originalLead.pagepath}"}

      As you can see above, all related entity variables are not working, but own contact's variables are ok



      • #4
        So apparently,
        Advanced Pack 2.15.0
        ​must solve the issue:
        Send HTTP Request: Ability to take payload from a formula variable.

        But my case above is still not working


        • #5

          Try to define variables beforehand. Create Execute Formula Script Action and paste the following:
          $originalLeadFbc = originalLead.fbc;
          $originalLeadFbp = originalLead.fbp;
          $originalLeadGapseudoid = originalLead.gapseudoid;
          $originalLeadIpaddress = originalLead.ipaddress;
          $originalLeadUtmcampaign = originalLead.utmcampaign;
          $originalLeadUtmmedium = originalLead.utmmedium;
          $originalLeadUtmsource = originalLead.utmsource;
          $originalLeadUtmcontent = originalLead.utmcontent;
          $originalLeadUtmterm = originalLead.utmterm;
          $originalLeadPagepath = originalLead.pagepath;​
          The payload in Send HTTP Request Action, in turn, will look like this:​
          "id": "{$id}",  
          "type": "contact",
          "leadId": "{$originalLeadId}",
          "createdAt": "{$createdAt}",
          "modifiedAt": "{$modifiedAt}",
          "fbc": "{$$originalLeadFbc}",
          "fbp": "{$$originalLeadFbp}",
          "ga_pseudo_id": "{$$originalLeadGapseudoid}",
          "ipAddress": "{$$originalLeadIpaddress}",
          "utm_campaign": "{$$originalLeadUtmcampaign}",
          "utm_medium": "{$$originalLeadUtmmedium}",
          "utm_source": "{$$originalLeadUtmsource}",
          "utm_content": "{$$originalLeadUtmcontent}",
          "utm_term": "{$$originalLeadUtmterm}",
          "page-path": "{$$originalLeadPagepath}"
          As for the ability to take payload from a formula variable, it seems to me that it means the full payload. That is, one that we can create, for example, using the json\encode function:

          As for why related entities data is not pulled into the payload, it seems to me that this is quite logical. I am starting from the article on attributes: There are no fields in the format originalLead.ipaddress (for example). That is, from the related entities in the payload, we can only pull out the id and name.

          But these are just assumptions, I don't use HTTP requests very often in my work and I may not know some details. When I clarify this information with the developers, I will definitely supplement this post with it. In the meantime, I suggest you use the solution I gave you above, with the variables defined in advance.​
          Last edited by lazovic; 04-20-2023, 07:01 AM.


          • Russ
            Russ commented
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            Thank you so much!

        • #6
          That very interesting we can use Variable and Formula like that.