Logging into One.Workfront.com for ideas, it states on the screen "We're
listening", but it certainly doesn't seem like it. Darren Harper is
exactly correct in that a simple code change to have "Back to
Timesheets" make more sense would aid our end users, but in reality it
would immensely aid WF Admins. I get calls and tickets all the time of
"how do I get to my old time sheet?" WF (Adobe) are you listening now?
The changes that have been going on over the last six months to a year
Well so far I've not had an error so no notification has been sent, but
also, this means the scenario has processed 3000+ records and I didn't
get email bombed. I'm guessing it'll only send when the error occurs,
which of course is what I want it to do.
Thank you Andy and actually this is sort of funny timing. I was just
doing that and figured I'd better go in and remove my post, but you beat
me to it. It's sort of a backward way of doing it compared to what I've
done in the past in scripting and workflows. Typically the error
handler, then the action needed where here the error handler is last,
and the action to take if there's an error is prior. Weird, but it is
what it is. I've got to get test it now and make sure I don't end up
with 3000+ e...
I'm using a WF module to read data from a CSV file. On occasion there
are errors in the data in the file so the WF Module will fail. I add an
ignore module from the Tools to keep the WF module to continue
processing the remaining data. The ideal thing would be to have the
entry of data be accurate so this does not occur, however that's wishful
thinking. The problem is I would also like to know when an error occurs.
The Ignore module does not provide the capability to connect to a WF
module for n...
Thank you Andy, this helps a great deal and also thank you for the quick
response. I was thinking I needed the Fusion search but now I understand
a bit more about what I need to try next. This'll be done through Fusion
and no API developer to do that work so I'm sort of stuck using Fusion.
Thank you again! Todd
Andy, would you be able to go into more detail? I'm really new at this
and having the same problem. I have almost no experience with API calls
so I really don't understand what you're talking about. In our case we
need all the user account records, even disabled accounts. This comes
out to 3222 records as of today. Currently I'm using the WF Search going
into a CSV module, and then into the SFTP module. I'm guessing I put the
repeater between the WF Search and CSV? Thank you for any help you can...
Just like how WF uses ID's in the URL, SharePoint does the same thing.
To see a list's ID (GUID), go into the list, select Settings> List
Settings. In the URL you'll find the list ID - Example:
The bold text is the list ID for a list I have in SharePoint. We don't
use SP online (365), but I believe that you can do what you're seeking
Thank you so much Heather. It seems to be a trend to make support sites
a bit confusing to locate what's needed. I greatly appreceate your
pointing me in the right direction. I just joined so will be searching
for answers and posting for help if I can't find them. Again thank you
and have a great week. Todd
Really looking for more experienced Fusion users to glean knowledge off
them so I can improve my skills and also help others as I improve. The
documentation online simply doesn't click with my thinking. Also the
online documentation would be much better if each function actually
showed a real world usage.
I agree with Andrew Parsons. We use SSO but can only map name and
federated ID. I would like to be able to set defaults for all other
options, this includes if we have additional/custom data fields. We've
created the list for the additional data, but of course just like the WF
data, we can't default most fields to what we'd like them to be. This I
find a major issue with an application that is accepting data entry. How
can a field not be setup with a default?