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agaber Absent Member.
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How to set a multi-select field in an orchestration with values from a 'working data' array.


This is hard to explain so please see the attached screenshots. images 1 to 4 demonstrate the orchestration working correctly.

Images 5 and 6 show how the field does not get updated if I add an additional 'value' to the array.

Image 7 shows what the debug SHOULD look like (created by explicitly entering the values in the webservice step, instead of using a 'working data' variable).

Thanks!
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bamos Absent Member.
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Re: How to set a multi-select field in an orchestration with values from a 'working data' array.


Aaron,

See if you can pull enough out of this kb doc to help.

http://knowledgebase.serena.com/InfoC.
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agaber Absent Member.
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Re: How to set a multi-select field in an orchestration with values from a 'working data' array.


Thanks a lot Brian. I found that one, but it seems not to address the part that I'm struggling with.
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agaber Absent Member.
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Re: How to set a multi-select field in an orchestration with values from a 'working data' array.


Also tried setting the 'setValueMethod' to 'APPEND-VALUES' but that didn't work.
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agaber Absent Member.
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Re: How to set a multi-select field in an orchestration with values from a 'working data' array.


My actual project (not the example I provided) uses a ForEach loop to construct the array. I tried using the loop to directly invoke (or set?) the ‘UpdateItem’ webservice with each iteration instead, and that worked.
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