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Re: Cron-style Alarm Trigger
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Also updating a cron trigger never works. I updated a cron trigger yesterday from 2:03 to 2:30(yay typos) and the action still ran at 2:03.

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Yeah that kind of stinks. We recently had to adjust all of our action CRON triggers for daylight savings. Every time-based trigger shifted an hour ahead. Anything running at 5am, ran at 4am, etc.

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Hard to tell what your end result is meant to be, but you can't "return" multiple times in a single function. If you're wanting 10 responses of "Hello ", you'll need to call the function 10 times.Also, if your action is a web action and is invoked by a web service, the params object contains a lot more information than just the parameters you're passing into the function.

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We would also like to know this. We are creating custom APIs for clients leveraging Adobe products we are selling, and would like to keep namespaces separated. As-is, we have to use packages for each client. It works, but would we would like more separation between the clients we service.

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Hey there, I've set up an action I'd like to run at 12:30am EST every night. I've set up my trigger as the following: wsk trigger create test-t4l \ --feed /whisk.system/alarms/alarm \ --param cron "30 0 * * *" \ --param stopDate "2021-10-31T23:59:00.000Z" The trigger is created successfully and when I "get" the trigger, it shows the correct cron schedule. However, I checked the activation logs this morning and the action did not run until 4:30am.Am I missing a timezone difference or something? I...

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Weird Runtime Error: The action did not produce a valid response and exited unexpectedly.
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I have two Runtime actions:1) Get a list (array) of files to download (filename -> download URL)2) Upload file contents to database. The array in action 1 contains 200-250 key/value pairs at any given time. Per key/value pair in the Action 1 array, I invoke action 2 (upload files) as non-blocking via the OpenWhisk package. I'm also leveraging a 5 second delay after every 10 results to avoid concurrency error. for (let i = 0; i < filesToUpload.length; i++) { if((i + 1) % 10 === 0 )await sleep(500...

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I'm setting up an API through OpenWhisk with multiple endpoints:/privacy/jobs/create POST/privacy/jobs/{jobID} GET/privacy/jobs/files/{jobID} GET/privacy/events/ GET and POSTfor my POST /jobs/create endpoint, I am getting CORS errors: Access to XMLHttpRequest at 'https://runtime.adobe.io/apis/****/privacy/jobs/create' from origin 'https://requestdomain.com' has been blocked by CORS policy: Response to preflight request doesn't pass access control check: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is...

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Re: No Request Body (Payload) in Privacy Event from Adobe...
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Figured it out. Use the express.json() method to parse your body. Not mentioned in the setup docs.

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*SOLVED. ANSWER BELOW*I am following the documentation for Subscribing to Privacy Events (found here). Things I have done:1. I have created my local Node.JS/Express App and linked it to ngrok for a public URL.2. I have linked my webhook ngrok url to a Privacy Events integration and verified the challenge. 3. I have set up a "post" route on the root "/" and am logging the request, however there is no body: app.post('/', function(request, response) { console.log(request); console.log(request.body)...

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