The credentials issue has been resolved, however, when I try to click on “Execute Node,” I receive an error message stating that the “id” cannot be null. But it does not specify which table is receiving the null “id”.
Please note that I’m conducting a database migration, here are all the tables that I am migrating from the old to the new database:
Information on your n8n setup
n8n version: latest
Database (default: SQLite): PotsgreSQL
- n8n EXECUTIONS_PROCESS setting (default: own, main):
Running n8n via (Docker, npm, n8n cloud, desktop app): Docker
Operating system: Amazon Linux
I might have missed an issue but… How are you doing your migration and where does the error appear?
Apologies for the poor contextualization. This post was meant to be written as a response to another, but I created a new topic to separate the subjects.
Context: I am performing a database migration for my N8N application. Instead of using a PostgreSQL database on AWS RDS, I have set up a new database on an EC2 instance to store N8N data. Now, I am migrating data from the old database to the new one.
Everything is functioning well, and all the data is present as expected. However, when attempting to execute the workflow, I receive an error stating that the ID field cannot be null, but it does not specify the table or provide any additional information.
It might not be an issue with the database, if you can show where the error is in a screenshot we might be able to work it out.
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