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Getting UnsupportedOperationException with Get Run Status operation

Hi,

I am using Get Run Status operation ( /HPE Solutions [1.11.0]/Library/Integrations/Hewlett-Packard/Operations Orchestration/10.x/Flow Execution/Get Run Status).

There are 2 flows over which I am using it. Weird thing is it is working fine with one of the flow however giving error: java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException 

I really think there is some JSON parsing issue that is causing this. Can someone help me here. Let me know if anything is required from my end.

Thanks,

Rajeev

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Re: Getting UnsupportedOperationException with Get Run Status operation

Thank you for contacting Micro Focus Forum. 

My name is Carlos Robles, I am from the OO/CSA team. 

Regarding your question, regarding the same, the CopyAction does not support deep copy on an operation. If this is what you are doing the solution for this o\is that do not add "Copy Deep" to the menu if anything other than a flow is selected. This involved passing the editing context down into the various popup building methods. 

I hope this information was useful.

Best Regards,

 


Carlos Robles Rojas
Customer Support Engineer

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