I have a workflow based on consuming data from multiple SeaTable tables and creating the appropriate folder structure as well as accompanying JSON files, and downloads files hosted by SeaTable. The workflow is by no means complete. I currently have one loop nested inside another. I will have to nest another loop inside that nested loop.
The first loop (For Each Course) receives 3 items through the previous validator node but only iterates through the first 2.
The nested loop (For Each Lesson) receives 5 items from the Lessons table (3 for first course and 2 for the second) but only iterates through the first 3.
I’m sorry to hear you’re having trouble. Unfortunately I am not able to run your workflow since it seems to rely on data only available to you.
Is there a chance you simply need to adjust the order in which you connect your loops? This might be a bit counterintuitive but I posted a simplified example a while back here which hopefully makes things a bit easier to understand:
I still get the same result but I am not entirely sure I connected the nodes in the correct order.
In the example you showed it’s the node before the IF node that gets connected back to the Split In Batches node, however in examples I found elsewhere in the forum it was the IF node that got looped around to the Split In Batches node.
Can you have a look at the screenshot and help me out with which nodes to disconnect and the order to reconnect them?