We always get this issue. As a result, we always open Outlook at the start of the process & keep in minimised throughout.
Normally use a batch file to open it minimised with this text
start /min "" "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office15\OUTLOOK.EXE" /profile <OUTLOOK PROFILE GOES HERE>
based on the error you're getting (HTTP Status Code: 407) this is because Proxy Authentication is required. I had a similar issue trying to use Blue Prism's built in Web Service functionality. I eventually gave up and just use the standard Utility-HTTP object to form my HTTP request...
Yes the problem is that you're trying to perform a calculation 2 dates but one is a string/text.
On the basis you're using an undefined collection, the way around this would be to cast [InputFileDetails.PTD] to a data item in your process with a Date format:
create a data item e.g...
Wonder if anyone can help..
I've created a process that retrieves request information, formats into SOAP XML message and POSTs to an API to create a case on the target application using the Utility - HTTP object.
The API requires client certificate authentication & as such I load the...
I have an issue when using the MS Outlook Email VBO, specifically the Move Single Mail action.
I'm trying to move an email from one subfolder to another and it is creating a copy of the email - not moving it.
If i do it manually in Outlook (drag drop) it works fine but with the VBO...
Did you resolve this? It is possible just using the Utility HTTP request as I've done it before.
As long as you are:
sending a HTTP POST request
have the content type and boundary headers set
format the body of the API call correctly & include the document data
Here's a basic example of...
You can't do this within the EV itself unfortunately.Without knowing the detail of your process it's hard to say but can you not manage use of these EVs from the process in a way that means you can still just change the one and it carries on working.
e.g. in your process you use...
Looks on the face of it that you're decision stage is expecting a NewLine() in between those 2 sentences but in the data item there isn't one. Wrapping both in a Trim() may be more robust with this too.
Hmm strange... Can you send a screenshot of inside your navigate stage?
Another option may be to spy the link using a different spy method, e.g. AA or UIA modes.. but hopefully shouldn't need to do that
There is a dbconn flag to pass as a parameter.
I'd recommend accessing the help section with blue prism (press F1) and search for 'command line'. It gives full documentation on how to run a process from command line
first thing I notice is that you have the Timeout from your wait stage going into the Write stage which isn't correct, it should be throwing an exception. I suspect the issue is that the wait stage is timing out, i.e. it's not finding the 'CostCenter' element but then still attempting...