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I am attempting to build a simple orchestration that is kicked off via the TaskCreated event. As of now, I don't care about using a filter - I just want the orchestration to run any time the TaskCreated event is fired.



I've created such an orchestration. First I placed a start point TaskCreated event on the canvas. I followed this with a SetValue operation that assigns some random sentence to a String variable. I've saved and activated this service.



Now, when I go into Workspace and launch a workflow, I can see in my log that the TaskCreated event seems to be firing properly but that something is definitely wrong. The following errors can be found in the server.log:



2009-02-20 17:21:55,491 ERROR [org.jboss.ejb.plugins.LogInterceptor] RuntimeException in method: public abstract java.lang.Object com.adobe.idp.dsc.transaction.impl.ejb.adapter.EjbTransactionCMTAdapterLocal.doSupports(com.adobe.idp.dsc.transaction.TransactionDefinition,com.adobe.idp.dsc.transaction.TransactionCallback) throws com.adobe.idp.dsc.DSCException:

com.adobe.workflow.template.document.TemplateNodeNotFoundException: Template object: STRT_ER1235167537085 not found.



I have Recording and Playback set for my orchestration with the event and a new instance of this orchestration is being fired whenever I create a task but it can't seem to actually make it past the event start point because of the above error.



Any ideas?

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Hi Josh,

I am getting the same exception now in ES2. Did you find any solution for this issue?

Thanks,

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I am having the same issue.  Did anyone get this resolved?

Thanks

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21-07-2010

If you remove the event start point do you get the error in the log?

Are you using an xdp or a pdf on the user step?

Is the form specified in a variable or you browse and select it from the repository?

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When I remove the start point the process still fails. It seem to be when I add an event to a user block that causes the issue. I simply want to call an activity that writes to a log when the task is claimed.

To answer your other questions, I am using a xpd and it is specified in a variable.

Thanks for your help.

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" It seem to be when I add an event to a user block that causes the issue."

What do you mean by that? Are you trying to add an event catch to an actual user step.

I don't think you want to do that. What are you trying to do?

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What I want to do is use an activity to write to a log when a task is claimed from a group. I would like to have the name of who claimed the task but at this point that is just for bonus points.

I have an activity that will write to my log (we use copies of this on several other steps). I want to use that activity to write a message to our log when a task is claimed. We create our reports and assign them to a group. I want to use our log writer activity when the report is claimed from that group. Here are a few of the things I have tried:

  • I placed an event on the corner of the user group

    • I wired this to a throw event thinking the startpoint process would catch it and write to the log but the process died

    • I wired this to the activity that writes to our log but the process died

    • I wired this to the activity that writes to our log and then back to the user but that caused issues

  • I placed a throw event on the process and did not link it to anything but it never fired

  • I placed an activity on the process and placed an even in the corner thinking it would catch the task claimed event but it didn't

Thank you for your help,

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The predefined events such as TaskCreated, TaskClaimed, TaskCompleted etc are always thrown automatically.

Which means, you need not drag those events into the corners of User activity.

It is just a matter of receiving those event (through event start points) by applying appropriate filters.

For a quick test,

     Create a simple (short-lived) process and add a event start point (say TaskCreated).

     Enable process recording.

     Initiate any process which has an user activity.

     You must be able to see the process recording if a task is assign to a user.

I faced Template Not Found exception. After a long research, I scraped my database and re-initialized. Because its just a TEST environment.

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Thanks $Nith$, I got that to work.  Sorry for the delayed response, I took a fews days vacation.

I am now trying to pass data, specifially the reportName and the user that claimed it.  I am just starting to look at that and have not search the help or forums yet.

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Make sure the variable you use to pass the data are input variable.

This is a common mistake people make when trying to map data from the event to the process variables.

Jasmin