I’ve used n8n for years, and it has always given totally useless “stack errors” that look like the picture below. When I produce the same http request in say curl, or insomnia, I get a proper error message that I can do something with.
Is there something I’ve got configured incorrectly? I’ve tried reinstalling before with other OS etc and it’s always the same. Makes developing difficult.
Thank you in advance.
Hi @davidbamboo, looks like this was not an intentional like I initially suspected. We’ll get this fixed and confirm once done. In the meantime you might want to downgrade as suggested in my last post.
Hey @MutedJam , thanks for the reply. I see that a fix has been merged.
However, I wanted to emphasize that especially dealing with AWS apis like SES, the text in red is especially unhelpful, and below it just gives a stack trace. I wonder if that is because AWS errors are kinda useless and unfortunately I have to deal with them so often that I attribute it to n8n?
I suppose my wish would be that I don’t have to keep duplicating queries in insomnia or postman so that I can get adequate debugging. It would be really nice to do it all in n8n…