# Workday RaaS
Workday Reports-as-a-Service (RaaS) is a feature that exposes reports as web services. These reports must be configured as Advanced type reports to be web service enabled.
# Custom Reports Setup
Custom Reports (advanced type) can be exposed as a Web Service to be used programmatically. Workato uses this web service to automate report run and to integrate report data from Workday to other applications.
# How to find report URL
Find URL in Actions > Web Service > View URLs
View Report URLs
JSON and choose "Copy URL"
Copy RaaS JSON URL
JSON endpoint example
# Filter parameters
Prompts behave like request parameters. In the UI, it is presented as input fields before generating the actual report.
Raas prompts on Workday UI
As a REST endpoint, these prompts are passed as request parameters. To do so, you have to set the report type and configure prompts. You can also define filters for your prompts.
# Report type
Switch to advanced type if not already. Only Advanced custom reports can be used in RaaS.
Use advanced report
# Add prompts
Add all default prompts that are required of web-service-enabled reports. Add additional prompts as desired.
Add RaaS prompts
In this example, Base Pay is assigned to Prompt Qualifier as Prompt #1, which will be used in filters.
# Add filters
Apply logic to filter prompt values.
Use values from Prompt to compare against report column values. Example, assign Prompt parameter Base Pay as Prompt #1.
Add RaaS filters
When generating a report, Base Pay parameter will be checked. If a value is provided, only records with Base Pay greater than the provided value will be included in the report.
Based on the Workday documentation (opens new window), there is a limit of 2GB for advanced custom report enabled for web services and exposed for integrations.
Last updated: 3/21/2023, 5:10:51 AM