I have a process Model where the value of a process variable is being updated internally like status : Success, Error, and so on . I just want to show an error message in an interface to the user if the value is different from Success.
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Do you have a few more details? What is this interface? What does "updated internally" mean? What errors are we talking about?
Actually i am uploading some excel file to upload and validating that excel through PM , RPA is also included. So after validating , status is being updated by RPA internaly.
A simple option could be to assign a user input task to a user in case something goes wrong. Another option is to use a process report to display data about these processes on a reporting dashboard.
Really depends on your use case.
everything is working as expected . The user want to display the error message based on status if status is not SUCESS
OK. Do you consider one of the options I suggested?
Hi , Can you please tell me how to handle exception while "Import Excel to Database" in Process Model.
What do you mean. I think this is managed by the process alert settings.
I just want to show an error message to the user if this smart service throws error
There is nothing like "show alert message" from a process.
A technical error in Appian is not managed by the user. When the process stops, there is nothing you can do to notify the user.
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