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GetRunningWorkflowTasksForCurrentUser doesn't work in browser but work well in infopath

Last post 09-19-2014 02:39 PM by Bre Huston. 1 replies.
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  • 09-15-2014 02:10 AM

    • ancle
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    GetRunningWorkflowTasksForCurrentUser doesn't work in browser but work well in infopath

    I created a simple form and workflow to test the GetRunningWorkflowTasksForCurrentUser WS.

    the FileUrl is set from workflow


    the issue is when I click the "getTaskID" button (pass fileurl to GetRunningWorkflowTasksForCurrentUser WS to get taskID)
    the repeat table area will disappear. no result return. also no error return.

    if I open the form in Infopath ,click "getTaskID" button , the taskid will be returned into the repeat table.
  • 09-19-2014 02:39 PM In reply to

    Re: GetRunningWorkflowTasksForCurrentUser doesn't work in browser but work well in infopath

     Hello ancle,

    Which version of SharePoint and InfoPath are you using? Also, I notice that the form template location is located at: Http://AZSPSWBT and the file URL is at: /zzyTest, which I'm guessing is a subsite? If your form and data source are not on the same site or site collection, your data connection will need to be converted to a udcx with SSO credentials in order to not violate cross-domain restrictions.

    Let me know if you need more details. It may also be helpful to have a copy of the form to take a look.

    Thanks!
    Bre

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