I did this and a If/Then and it still didnt work.
Main.xaml (8.5 KB)
You should do something like this…
CreateYearlyReport.xaml (33.8 KB)
It works on the first transaction but on the 2nd transaction it comes up as an error.
Hi, i’m sorry i was mistaking ! You should not use Try Catch on this part… Rather than that, you will need to use Element Exists and an If Condition !
This should fix your issue
Please share your workflow…
Ok here it isSystem1_CreateYearlyReport.xaml (38.7 KB) System1_UploadYearlyReport.xaml (19.9 KB)
Please use debugging, to get exactly where it stops… Let me know what’s the exact error, you getting…
Every time I get to this point
and then it stops and I get this kind of error. If I hit continue it moves forward properly but I’m trying to find a way to avoid the error and for it to move smoothly.
Follow above solution
here is my workflowGenerateYearlyReport_Performer (2).zip (977.2 KB)
Inside Try Catch, add only the get text activity and don’t omit the title, In Try you get the first Pop Up and in Catch you get the second Pop Up, the one which has a check box…
Let me know, how it’s go for you
This worked out for me and I thank you. I’m having difficulties getting past the 4th transaction. It’s saying Assign: Object reference not set to an instance of an object
Check the content of Assign…
out_UploadID.Substring("Report was uploaded - confirmation id is ".Length)
Yes I understand. It was already out of the Try Catch.
Yes, I have this. After a couple retries I’ve realized it has random occurences where the assign gets faulted.
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