We have a process that interacts with a windows desktop application. When the process has finished, the windows desktop application crashes with errors of type “EAccessViolation” which seem to be memory access errors.
When the process is stopped manually using the UiPath Assistant, the windows desktop application does not crash.
How can a manual ending of the workflow be simulated? The activity Terminate Workflow also causes the windows desktop application which the process is interacting with to crash.
Thank you in advance
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Could you maybe share what application is it? Also, your versions of Studio and all activity packages used in your project.
This would help a bit, although the issue seems to be more with the application and its state at the end of your process rather than with the process itself.