I’m trying to set a JSON for testing in my first node by pinning it.
But whenever I click on the second node it loads different data into the first node!
I’m puzzled. I tried restarting my instance, refreshing the page, disconnecting, reconnecting, saving, reloading, …
I guess I’ll just add a new HTTP node but for the sake of knowing : why is that ?
EDIT: OMG replacing with another HTTP node is not fixing it. I’m going crazy tying to test my flow.
I started N8N last week, maybe I’m missing something.
Give me 5 minutes I need to go test that.
@Joachim_Brindeau oddly enough I can’t reproduce this and I am not sure why. Could you share your workflow (I have already typed out the pinned data).
What version of n8n are you running as well?
I don’t have my computer with me but will give you all the info tomorrow!
I can confirm the bug is still there!
Running on 0.219.1
I will send you the flow in private.
Let me know if you want to hop on a call to test/discuss.
EDIT: Can also confirm that as long as I don’t open the second node myself, running the flow doesn’t modify the pinned data.
Did this ever get resolved, @Joachim_Brindeau?
Hi @sirdavidoff !
Actually I don’t know about this particular setup as I changed my workflow since then, but I can confirm the issue probably remains as I’m seeing very odd behaviour with that “scope” parameter I need.
For example here is my HTTP request:
And here is what the webhook received:
The query ends up as scope every time, just like the issue in the video.
Hope someone can sort it out.
Thanks for following up
Nevermind, bug is still going strong
Just to be clear, the bug appears in two instances:
- When data-pinning scope = search, opening next node turns into into scope = querytext.
- When calling another workflow using an HTTP Request node with scope = search, it arrives in the webhook as scope = querytext. (that’s really my main issue)
If I pin data in the first node and click start workflow without ever opening the second node, the flow runs normally.
That is super-strange — unfortunately I can’t reproduce either. Do you still get it if you start from scratch?
- Create a new workflow
- Add a webhook followed by an HTTP node
- Make a request to the webhook’s test URL
- Pin it, then change the data
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