Hi All ,
I come across a scenario that "In a User input task have created ac!A ,ac!B . I have given some ER as a value to ac!A and based on some condition i'm assigning the ac!A value to ac!B ". This is working when i debug with administrator rights, where as for a basic user its not working as expected.
would like to understand how security rights are related to AC . Thanks in advance.
bradc0001 I have a similar requirement. Lets say I have ac1,ac2,ac3. I am fetching the value in ac3 and populating ac2 and ac1 by using ac3. Based on my observations, its working fine in the reverse order. Just wanted to understand Is it safe to use or the execution sequence may varies sometimes?
In inputs Tab, The Activity Class parameters does not get populated based on the sequence they are present, So try to save the value in PV so that you can use it in Next Node. BTW, what is your requirement for doing so?
Process instance is taking more memory because of huge data in the PV's so I was trying whether this can be resolved by using AC parameters.
As highlighted by other practitioner, you cannot predict the order of executions for the activity class parameters.
As per my understanding, post completion of your manipulation, you are passing these ac variable values to your Interface.
If so, then why don't you execute the same logic on your interface On-load instead of doing it in process?
You can pass both activity parameters to your interface via process and perform your logic within your interface instead of doing it in the process model.
Hope this will help you.
Thanks for your reply. My use case is post-completion of manipulation I should pass to the Integration service so in this case both the data I should pass to the service and the result I am getting back is too huge thats the reason its taking nearly 420 KB. I am exploring whether is there any other way to handle this scenario in appian.
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