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Cancel work after committing work triggers 'pyWorkPage' error



Commit a work object and, while it is processing, Cancel the work.
Get the error message.
 remaining operations performed on the work object do not work.

Error Messages

ERROR: posted transaction id '9ddc078ebbe06382b15f29a829f61190' for frame 'pyWorkPage' DOES NOT match record '32735efd597725ee878525c07f6c45d1'.

Steps to Reproduce

1. Configure a button that calls an activity to commit the work object. 
2. Configure another button to cancel the work object. 
3. Run the work object. 
4. Click the first button to commit the work object changes.
5. Click the second button to cancel the work object.

Root Cause

An issue in the custom application code or rules 
pyWorkPage using the Commit method was used instead of Obj-Save with write-now parameter enable.


Perform this local-change:
In the application design, replace pyWorkPage using the Commit method with Obj-Save with the Write-Now parameter enabled.


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Published September 23, 2015 - Updated October 8, 2020

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