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Re: [shark] Process must have some requester


Hi,

from your description, I assume that you use asynchronous subflow.
Also, you are probably deleting the "Main" process from DB before 
asynchronous subflow finishes, and this is why you get this
exception.
If above assumptions are correct, it is a bug in Shark - it shouldn't throw 
such exception in the case of asynchronous subflows.
The workaround solution for you would be to not delete "Main" process from DB 
until asynchronous subflow processes that are started
from this process does not finish.

Thanks for reporting,
Sasa.

----- Original Message -----
From: <manfred.hagenauer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <shark@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 11:16 AM
Subject: [shark] Process must have some requester


> Hi everybody.
> During our tests with the Shark Engine, we are now blocked with following 
> symptom.
> We tried to start a Workflow, which itself starts some subflows. If in some 
> cases
> the "Main" workflow completes and the Subflows hangs up, its no more 
> possible to abort or get any response from the remaining
Subflows. We tried also to abort the Processes via the 
ExecutionAdministration, but in any case we got a BaseException "Process must
have some requester". Only solution is to recreate the DB, so that we can 
Reload the XPDL Definition. And we think this is not the
best Solution.
> Our Idea is to use a new Requester for the "lost" one. But if, how can this 
> be done?
>
> Any Idea, some other Comments are welcome.
> Best regards from Austria
>
>


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