Replies posted by Erwin Ekkel
Postman and Insomnia are very annoying with caching, for postman there is an option to turn this off but this is separate plugin which I have not been able to test yet. If possible I always test in the windows gui and later go to postman but since not all actions are available in the windows gui this is not always an option. In insomnia you can clear the cookies. But since I ran into this problem too often I Always make a new request since things like login credentials are also cached want to be 100% certain caching is not spoiling the party .
Not sure if this also works for the SMTP connector but for the HTTP connector I had to map the result content to a varchar 8000 variable to show the information in the process flow. However I'm not sure where you get the data file from since the SMTP connector has no output.
Can we Use Where condition/clause inside an Expression for a particular Column of a Table, If Yes Please Let me know with example?
I'm not sure what you are trying to accomplish, can you explain what you want to show on the screen? You already have the email_id so I don't see the added value of the expression column. To answer your question you have to use t1.email_id instead of the variable. You can read more on this and see an examplehere: https://docs.thinkwisesoftware.com/docs/sf/data_model#expression-dependencies
Two things come to mind: The quickest way is probably to Copy the entire IAM and just rename the application and database name, but this is tricky on a production environment. You could also use the build in tasks to copy a user/usergroup. from one db to another. By copying and amending the stored procedure and add dbname.dbo.[table] to the insert statements and run it from SSMS. You must also add the server to do this, or put a temporary copy of the IAM database on production to avoid having to copy between two servers.
You can create a task as placeholder instead of printing the report you execute a task on the selected rows. The task fills a table with rows to print. Then in the decision node you select the first row to print and feed the information to the print report action, after printing you set the row to completed. When the loop has no more lines to print you exit the flow.
Start task is not a system flow action. Start task or start table task are considered to need user input and are therefor not compatible within a system flow (a process flow triggered via indicium by postman/insomnia). If you want to run this via indicium then change the start task actions to a execute system task action. https://docs.thinkwisesoftware.com/docs/sf/process_flows_actions#execute-system-task
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