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Custom Workflows are not opening from idmdash

Hi,

We are using IDM 4.7 . We have created few workflows which were working fine till last week. Today when we have tried to run the workflows it was showing following message:

This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. 

Please fine the attached message file. Can anyone please help in this regard. It is urgent.

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Re: Custom Workflows are not opening from idmdash

This may be the same problem as described in this thread.

https://community.microfocus.com/t5/Identity-Manager-User/Timeout-message-on-first-UserApplication-login/m-p/2334686/highlight/true#M16914

In that case the result varied depending on which browser you used and turned out to be primarily a browser config issue.

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prasenjitmass Respected Contributor.
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Re: Custom Workflows are not opening from idmdash

Hi Alex, Thanks for your reply. But We do not have any issue with User Application login. We are able to login but after login when tried to run our customized workflows those are not opening and showing this error message.

 
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prasenjitmass Respected Contributor.
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Re: Custom Workflows are not opening from idmdash

After connecting through osp,attribute "oidpInstanceData" created. User attribute "oidpInstanceData" getting full if user login to idmdash but not logout from that. Need to delete that attribute from that user. 

try to relogin and reun work flow , it will run.

 

Thank you

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Re: Custom Workflows are not opening from idmdash

Even better, oidpINtanaceData is a sized attribute and SOMEHOW earlier versions of OSP managed to overflow it and cause all sorts of eDir errors with that object.  Annoyinig attribute for persisting session info that is not properly handled.

 

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