The Inject node in a workflow serves as a tool to debug workflows. This node can be used as the starting point of a flow that has a defined payload value. The Inject node is responsible for injecting values into the internal state of the workflow. The data that is injected can be of various types, including strings, integers, or objects.
By default, the Inject node will trigger the workflow when the "debug" button is clicked. This means that the injected data will be available for subsequent nodes in the workflow to process. The Inject node can be used to simulate specific conditions or scenarios that can be used for testing purposes or for troubleshooting issues that may occur during the workflow execution.
To use the Inject node, you will need to define the payload that you want to inject. This can be done by configuring the node properties to specify the payload data. Once the payload is defined, you can click the "debug" button to execute the workflow with the injected data.
Overall, the Inject node is a useful tool for debugging workflows by allowing you to simulate specific conditions and inject data into the workflow's internal state.
Type into configuration what you want to inject.
Select where the data should be injected. It can take te following values:
- "Event Properties",
- "Profile PII",
- "Profile Traits",
- "Profile Interests",
- "Profile Counters",
- "Profile Consents",
- "Session Context"
This action will not run in deployed workflow. It is debug node.