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AndyHess
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  • 07-09-2022
    I believe using the method I provided, using the predecessorExpresession will add a predecessor without overwriting existing ones. Otherwise you could go the JSON route but you are missing some fields. First try just adding another predecessorExpression.

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  • 03-09-2022
    Hmm.... sorry about that. It looks like the attachment may have been lost when we converted content in the Adobe Experience. Here you go. this is a pretty simple API call. In the example, you see the 'referenceNumber' is being applied because this is a cross project predecessor to the 1st task of th...

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  • 15-07-2022
    Certainly, there are several ways. My favorite is to use the tasks predecessorExpression field in a PUT. Here you simply place the same value you would if you were typing the predecessor in the UI. Don’t think it is destructive and adds one. You can also replace the predecessor object and add anothe...

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  • 01-04-2022
    HI Ryanna, Wow 2 great questions in one day!. Thanks for this also. This is something that is not always obvious and have recently consulted with multiple clients on how to manage this 'Order of Operations' for a router. 1st. The routes are processed clockwise (left to right) from the enter point to...

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  • 31-03-2022
    This is a fantastic question. Predecessors are one of the curiosities of the Workfront API. You can not PUT/POST directly to the predecessor object either through the task or directly. Instead WF engineered a READ-ONLY field into the API called predecessorExpression. In effect here you would literal...

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  • 10-03-2022
    The answer here lies in splitting the number from the version code. This is easiest done with a Text parser using a regular expression. Then use the Fusion switch() function to select your next variable. The only issue here would be that you would be limited to the number of switch variants built ou...

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  • 07-02-2022
    Hi Chris, We use round, but have to extend the number past the decimal range first because our round() feature only rounds to the nearest integer. Using this method on 3.14159 i getThe formulas to handle this look like this:So, again , you round the number multiplied by the factor of the digits you ...

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  • 04-02-2022
    Hi Todd, Actually what you are looking for is very possible. On the ignore module or any of the error handling methods, (by the way, unless this is the last function in a route, I suggest 'resume') What you can do is just use the +plus / add a module feature on the left side of the selected error me...

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  • 24-01-2022
    Todd, If you are using Fusion, there is a sample blueprint you can import into an empty scenario that will explain the process. Don't use the WF Fusion Search module, use the Custom API module and the URL will be /count. (user/count). This will return the number of records. Under the query section a...

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  • 12-01-2022
    This is a common automation performed by WF Fusion and would be a welcome UI enhancement.

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