How to Handle Errors in StudioX - Course Reflection

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Excellent experience. Thanks.

Amazing production quality, excellent experience

Interesting and I feel humble because I pretty much have no idea of what I am doing, but I am learning. The outlook issue in the practice was interesting and when I finally saw some comment on how it was solved I went like: “of course, why didn’t I think of that”, but I am a newbie so :slight_smile:
take-care /Andy

Completed the Module. It was not easy but challenging. Learned how to troubleshoot errors and trace workflow errors and correct it.

Just completed the “How to Handle Error in StudioX” and had hoped to learn ways to actually catch, register and then handle run-breaking errors. This was more of a bugfixing course than actual error handling as I understand. I know that Try-Catch activities exist for the Studio platform and had hoped this was likewise available in StudioX and introduced in this course. Hopefully Try-Catch can be used from the Developer selection of activities with StudioX or it will be quite troublesome to write more convincing workflows for other teams in my org. as well as harder to improve a process after some runs through inspecting a generated error log.

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Exactly! This course was mainly about finding bugs in the workflow rather than catching runtime errors and fixing them (although there were some instances of that).

The practices that say are 20 minutes all take me over double the time just trying to figure out what I am doing. Every time I feel like I have a grasp of what I am doing, I have no clue what I am doing :smiling_face_with_tear: Hard, but I am still learning. I need to go back and try to figure out what was going on.

Amazing course loved it!

I love automation, I wish it was my everyday job already.