I'm designing one application to update the values in database table, In such a way that the existing values will be displayed to the user in editable grid and user can update any values if needed. This edit option is available in record tab related action section. There are two interface forms designed for showing update success and update failure message after user clicks on update button. Now the issue that is happening here is when user changes the values and click update the flow redirects to update success form but its not visible to the user under current flow. Its available under Task Tab. I have enabled the activity chaining but still the form is not coming up at the same place. Can someone please suggest me why is this happening?
Thanks in advance
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We would need to see your process model(s) to give any advice.
Hi Stefan,Here is an example of process model where Activity chaining used to work correctly before updating our APPIAN Version :
Thanks for your consideration,
Seen with the support : the problem comes from the version 21.4 itself and they're trying to fix it.
"Could not chain to attended activity. No attended activity with compatible assignment was found."
Ran across this error today. Our 3rd party tool was receiving a 500 error from us even though the process model was working fine on our end.
The issue ended up being solved by having the sub-process we were using NOT run as whoever designed the process model. For whatever reason Appian didn't like it being run as someone other than who called the parent process. It would not chain properly into the sub-process, which caused a 500 response out of the Web API.
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