Hi @mkdish Your application will run on Runtime, which is serverless, allowing your application to scale automatically based on the incoming traffic. Hope this helps! https://developer.adobe.com/developer-console/docs/guides/authentication/JWT/ Sarah
I think he's referring to this functionality that is a part of Adobe Developer App Builder https://developer.adobe.com/graphql-mesh-gateway/. I've forwarded the question to the team and they'll post a response soon! cc @rkmk107
Hi @dataen , i think the https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-analytics/ct-p/adobe-analytics-community forum would be a better spot for this question as that's where the Analytics experts hang out!
Hi, Not a Target expert -- but got some recommendations from an internal team that you likely need to pass the ECID. For future reference, the Target forum might be a better spot for your questions!https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-target/ct-p/adobe-target-community
@rohandhakad Could you try invoking the action from command line and tail the logs to get a bit more logs? You should be able to invoke your action through `aio rt action invoke <action-name>' and get logs through 'aio rt activation logs <activation-id>'. https://developer.adobe.com/runtime/docs/gu...
On one hand -- I think you could manually up the memory limit for this action to handle your compute loads. https://developer.adobe.com/runtime/docs/guides/using/system_settings/ It is weird that a payload that size is exhausted. Do you have a lot of dependencies in your action?