Workato Naming Convention Best Practices

Workato Naming Convention Best Practices

Maintaining a standard naming convention in Workato is a key factor in ensuring an organized workspace and easy asset retrieval. Although each Workato instance may have unique characteristics, establishing rules and adhering to general best practices in naming conventions is a solid starting point that can be customized as needed. Naming Convention Example [MK]-MITF-FCT-03 >…

Using Marketo Flow Step Service with Workato

Using Marketo Flow Step Service with Workato

The introduction of Self Service Flow Steps in the August 2022 Marketo release caught my attention, but it wasn’t until midway through last year that I delved deep into exploring how I could leverage this feature in conjunction with Workato. As I explored its capabilities, it quickly became evident just how potent this new functionality…

When To Use The HTTP Connector

When To Use The HTTP Connector

Workato provides a range of connectivity options, making recipe building seamless. The platform offers native connectors for popular tools and an SDK for creating custom connectors. Additionally, the HTTP connector is available for quick integration within recipes. HTTP Connector vs SDK: Choosing the Right Approach SDK: Building a connector using the Workato SDK offers greater…

Persistent Variables in Workato with a Global Variables Lookup Table

Persistent Variables in Workato with a Global Variables Lookup Table

When building  Workato recipes, there often arises a need for variables that persist across different jobs. Unfortunately, the native Variables action step falls short in this regard, as it resets with each job iteration. In this blog post, I’ll share a workaround I devised to overcome this limitation by leveraging a Global Variables Lookup Table….