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Getting selected values from 2 window picklist

My main goal, get seleted values from a 2 input picklist and save the
selected values to a multi-valued attribute

Simple approval form, which is set to auto approval:
approved /entity

I have a request form called request_form
i have an approval form called approval_form which I never see, because
of the auto approval. If i try to remove the Approval_form, i get an
error and it wont deploy (i am not sure why).. so I leave it there.

I have been struggling with this for a week now. I am able to populate
the left list, and move the items to the right, if I do an onChange
alert on the field and the flow data variable, I can see the items in
the array. But...

When I get to the Entity stage and attempt to map them to the
directory..my selected attributes are not saved.

relevant code to in the data item mapping of the entity

function abc() {
var finalArray = new Packages.java.util.ArrayList();
finalArray =
return finalArray;

Any help or ideas are appreciated.

In addition, any good tutorials would be helpful too.. thanks

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Re: Getting selected values from 2 window picklist

Are you putting the data items into the flowdata_fwGroups value in the
data item mapping for the post activity?

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