I think I have the same problem with him. He doesn’t have a data table present at the workflow level?
So he is iterating over a transaction item with a data type of DataRow. This DataRow he wants to iterate all over the columns of this. So we will have to think of how to iterate over with DataRow only.
hello I managed to solve my own problem. If this is also your problem, here’s what I did
I created a variable that will store my data columns, in order to achieve this create a variable with a DataColumnCollection.
use assign activity.
variable of DataColumnCollection = name of data table where your data row is coming from.Columns
So this will store all the columns available in the data table. As for me, I am working with REFramework so I used it as an argument instead ( out_ColumnNames), I also created a variable in the Main to pass the out_columnnames.
and then in the workflow you’re working with,
use a for each, set type argument to DataColumn (not datacolumncollection),
as for me
Column in in_ColumnNames
Column - will return the names of your columns
inside this transaction_item(Column) - will return the value inside