Does anyone know what causes this warning to appear on the jboss log:
[com.adobe.workflow.template .document.DefaultProcessTemplateDocument] The varible UserLCID can not be matched with exact same case, assuming case insensitive.
Thanks in advance!!
I am receiving this error daily
Not able to find a solution for that.
2010-07-29 07:26:15,328 WARN [com.adobe.workflow.template.document.DefaultProcessTemplateDocument] The varibleStatus can not be matched with exact same case, assuming case insensitive.
You should log a bug so the message is being removed.
This message shouldn't be exposed in the log file. This is something that's going on internally and, without going in the details, should not be exposed in the log.
This is most likey happening with an old template.
You can just ignore it.
Thank you, Jasmine!! I knew you'd come through.
I would REALLY prefer this message not clog up our JBoss log (there are many others like it that display every time a form is submitted).
What do you mean by "You should log a bug so the message is being removed.""
Something else you could try is change the log level to ERROR to only log error messages.
I believe you can configure that in the jboss-log4j.xml file.
I'm saying that if a bug is logged, then there are chances that this can be fixed. If there is no bug logged, then we know for sure it won't be fixed.
Right now there is not bug logged for that.
What does this warning complain about?
I don't know if the warning is related to an issue we are getting. A user task doesn't get created and the process sits at that operation in running status. When I check the variables, it does have a valid name.
The same operation works sometimesm, hence, making it an intermittent issue. Can anyone help?