Well, I’m optimistic I don’t based on your feedback! My understanding is that to run a condition on multiple records I need to repeat the records.
So, let me put it plain words (for my benefit!!)
I have an API. It returns 10 records. Each record has a UID.
I have an internal DB. This holds records that contain UID of the same format as the API.
Call API and get 10 records, with 10 UIDs.
Query DB > based on query I get 5 UIDs.
My previous understanding was to run a condition on each of the 10 API records then/else, such as does API Record 1 (UID=123) match Query DB 1 (UID=123) then/else.
So, are you saying
I can get 10 records (each with a UID) from the API
one Then/Else condition
then > filter step1
else > filter step2
Doesn’t seem right in my mind…