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Set up an action
LogicLoop lets you run your rules on a schedule and trigger automated actions. No need to spend time manually refreshing dashboards or manually exporting data between applications.
Now you can configure your new action:
- Trigger your action once on the entire result set of the rule, or trigger a separate action for each individual row returned. If your rule does not return any rows, the action will not be triggered.
- Deduplicate if you do not want to take action again on a row whose
idfield has been seen before. In order to enable this feature, your SQL query must return an
idfield. A clever way of doing so is by naming whichever column you wish to designate as the identifier as
idin your SQL query e.g.
select user_id as id from accounts
- Re-alert after a period of time if you want to re-alert on an item after a period of time. This is only relevant when you are using deduplication
- Add a condition if you only want your action to take place if a certain threshold criteria is met.
- Rate limit - if your alert triggers an action for each row returned and your query returns a large number of rows, you may want to limit the rate at which the actions are triggered to prevent flooding downstream APIs. Go to Edit action and hit Additional Settings to specify that you don't want to trigger more than X actions per N seconds.
LogicLoop will act upon up to the first 1000 rows returned from your query.
Once you have created your action, the next step is to start adding Action Destinations. Click on the Destinations tab on the left navbar and then hit + New Action Destination
Once the destination is configured, you can go back to your action's page and click + Add.
You will see a list of all the action destinations you've configured and you can choose which ones you want your rule to subscribe to. You can customize the format of the data you pass through to your downstream action using our templating guide.
You can now click Run Rule Now to test your actions. The status of your action on the right bar will change from Unknown to Triggered or Not Triggered. You’ll want to ensure your rule’s query runs correctly before triggering the action.
You can toggle your action subscriptions on or off. This allows you to test out new actions while leaving existing subscriptions in place without re-triggering them.
If you want to see a history of your rule runs and actions, go to Settings > General and turn on Record and show history of rule runs under Logs. (You must be an admin user.)
Below your action, you can now see a log of every time the rule was run with information on: when it ran, what its status was, how it was triggered, and what conditions it ran under.
You can also see a history of all the actions that were taken, including payloads sent to third-party services and error messages returned.
Make sure to refresh the page after every run rule to view the latest logs. Logs are stored for up to 30 days.