Hi all, Lately I’ve been running into a new problem more and more often, namely silent errors.
Let me explain in more detail. There are hundreds of scenarios of varying complexity in my organization. Among them, there are both scheduled and webhooks.
When any scenario goes down, I get an email notification of the error and can easily monitor this to restore it as soon as possible. This classic scheme has worked well in practice and I can easily monitor a huge number of scenarios in different organizations using the make.com API, as well as tracking incoming emails from make.
This classic scheme works according to the following logic:
There was an error in a scenario module → It stops → I get an alert → The error is manually fixed → The scenario starts.
However, when using the Incomplete executions + Sequential processing OFF option, this logic starts to work differently and I lose the ability to track errors.
There is an error in the script module → It does NOT stop → I do NOT get an alert → The error is NOT fixed → The script runs with errors → I find Incomplete executions by accident only if I go into any script and see them there.
I like the option to save Incomplete executions to fix them later manually, but I don’t understand how I’m supposed to know about them.
Unlike the classic scheme where the script stops and I get an error email, Incomplete executions don’t create any notification anywhere.
I consider this a huge problem because my clients are losing orders and leads, and Incomplete executions are piling up in the script, but no information about it is given to me.
I didn’t realize this problem existed before because it runs in the background completely hidden and doesn’t show itself!
The option to switch to Sequential processing ON doesn’t work for me either, because the scenario doesn’t stop, but goes to PAUSED status. Notifications about this status also do not come correctly.
Have you encountered this problem? How can it be solved?