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Erro while working on Multiple Task Assignment through API


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Hi Team,


We require your help on multiple assignment in tasks. We are referring - Tasks ( for multiple assignments like role, user & team through fusion.


Please find fusion setup below-




Getting below error –




As now we are trying with hardcoded values. We verified all the ids are correct.


Any inputs on this will be highly appreciated.





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The "Misc Action" module makes this easier than the "Custom API" module does, but either can work. 

"Misc Action" would look like this:


If you must use Custom API call module, you need to pass the arguments as JSON in the request body; not as parameters in the query string: 



Good luck!


Level 10

Thanks William, this works great for my purposes, which is to add certain personnel to the People tab of a project based on a typeahead in the "company" record a project is associated with; by assigning them to a created task and then deleting it (as  per  @Doug_Den_Hoed__AtAppStore's  suggestion).

Since the assignment iterates through 3 people currently, I have to create 1 task and delete it each, and iterate thru that. If I parse after the task creation, it assignes 1 person and deletes the task so the next assignment can't find the task because it just got deleted. I'd rather it assign one then another, then another,  and THEN delete the task.

Since multiple people are being pulled from a record and parsed, I'm adding the ID field of the parsed objects to the "userIDs" section. (See pictures) When it iterates, it overwrites the previous with the current. I wonder, Is there a way to get each individual ID from a parsed object? Or a way to build an array on the fly when you don't know how many records it will pull?

userIDs.jpgParse Output.jpg

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