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Error when trying to run newly published workflow

Created: 24 Jan 2014 | 2 comments

I'm attempting to publish a new workflow using Workflow 7.5

I am able to piblish the project without an issue, but when I navigate to the URL I receive the following error page:

 

 

Error Details

Error Message:
Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

Message Stack:
at LogicBase.Components.Default.ExchangeAdapters.LogicBaseExchangeWorkQueue.Store(String serviceID, WorkQueueItem item)
at LogicBase.Components.Default.ExchangeAdapters.LogicBaseExchangeWorkQueue.AddWorkQueueItem(String serviceID, WorkQueueItem item)
at LogicBase.Core.Models.Workflow.WorkflowDelegate.Execute(IData data, IOrchestrationComponent comp, String& outputPath, IExecutionEngine engine, TLExecutionContext context)
at LogicBase.Core.ExecutionEngine.AbstractExecutionEngine.RunComponent(TLExecutionContext context, IData data, IOrchestrationComponent comp)

 

Any advice would be most welcome.

 

Thanks!

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C. Scott Asbach's picture

I am having the exact same issue publishing the ServiceCatalog.Request.Template workflow.  I've even tried publishing a second version of the template where I have made no customizations and they both are returning this error.  Other workflows such as incident management are working fine.

Justin Dybedahl's picture

I have had this issue a couple times when copying and pasting some components between workflows.  I have also had this issue when I have two paths in the workflow and one creates a variable that is checked later on in the workflow and the other path does not create this variable.   Sorry if that doesn't make sense, it's a little hard to describe clearly.  Nine times out of ten it's usually the second of the two.   I would check your workflow to verify that you have all of your variables defined in the correct locations.   You can also use the initialize data component to declare your viarables at the start of the workflow.