Workday Core Connector Outputs – A Closer Look

When we run a core connector integration system it produces different types of reports which describe the output, errors if any occurred, warnings, log etc. A knowledge on these files helps to check if any errors has occurred in the integration process.

Reports and output file

Data Changes Audit:

The Data Changes Audit is a readable version of the integration output file with color coding for easily identifying new data, changed data, and removed data. Contains only details of organization (we have considered organization template) that had undergone changes since last run. 

Data changes audit

Diagnostic Audit:

The Diagnostic Audit is designed to help you troubleshoot integration errors. The report includes details of all the organizations that integration has processed.

Schema XSD:

The Schema XSD file defines the content and the structure of the output file. It includes only those fields that you have enabled for your integration. Workday generates this file every time the integration runs. The file reflects your integration configuration as of the moment when the integration ran. You can only generate this file by running the integration.

Schema XSD

Output file:

The output file generated after integration process is the deliverable file, all the configured data appears in this file in the XML format. This file is later shared with the third-party applications using delivery settings in the integration system.

Output file

Apart from the Output files there are many messages that get generated explaining the integration process in detail:

Integration details

Launch Request log files and Consolidated report:

In the below process we can observe three log files been generated along with the consolidated report:

Launch Request

Consolidated report:

Consolidated Report displays performance information related to the timing, memory usage, and number of calls per step in your integration. Consolidated reports enable you to analyze the process flow of your integrations.

Consolidated Report

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