Hi all,

I have a process that starts when a PDF file comes to a folder. I have configured a program start like that:

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And process data class like this:

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But when the process starts when a file arrives to this folder, i have a NULL value in pdfPath attribute. I don't know why this happens, and I need to use this PDF file in HTML Dialogs.

Any idea?

Thanks in advance

asked 01.06.2017 at 08:00

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Hi Javier,

please only use pdfPath. Actually only the filename will be stored in that attribute. The start bean will copy the file to the templ location of ivy. You can then access it from there via filename in ivy script . In your example File thefile = new FIle(pdfPath,true) and do whatever you want. e.g. add it to the case via API.

BR, Clemens

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answered 06.06.2017 at 09:22

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Hi

Do not use the prefix 'in.' in the process attribute. Instead of 'in.altaEmpleadoData.pdfPath' use only 'altaEmpleadoData.pdfPath'.

Regards

Reto Weiss, Axon.ivy BPM Suite Support

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answered 02.06.2017 at 04:14

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Still doesn't work. Getting null yet.

(02.06.2017 at 04:37) jirazazabal jirazazabal's gravatar image

Still doesn't work.

Could you please help me about this issue?

Thanks

(06.06.2017 at 06:48) jirazazabal jirazazabal's gravatar image
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