Each connection you create on the DSYNC canvas between different endpoints keeps recent history which can be inspected to gain further insight into the request and response.
Accessing a debug route for a link is simple. First, you need to find the job ID for the particular connection you are interested in.
1) Finding Your Job ID
This can be done through the job's history. Select the job on DSYNC canvas. The job should turn green when selected. Make sure you click on the middle point of the link - the check icon.
Next, in the right sidebar you see a HISTORY section which details statuses of recent synchronizations. Underneath the history records you notice the 'Show more...' link.
Click on that link and it will open up a new tab - history detail page. Note the URL in your browser. It should look something like this "https://app.dsync.com/#/portal/history/job/8888". The last part of the URL is the Job ID you need to access the debug route.
2) Accessing Debug Route
Note: You must be logged in to your DSYNC account before accessing the debug route. If you are not logged in you will receive "401 Unauthorized" message.
The debug route can be accessed via: https://api.dsync.com/u_debug/job/<job_id>. Simply substitute the <job_id> placeholder for your actual Job ID. From our example above, the URL would be https://api.dsync.com/u_debug/job/8888