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Workflow Handler: execute-follow-up

Any pointers on how to use  execute-follow-up workflow handler in 4 tier architecture.

 

The handler worked perfect when I dropped custom program in "TCROOT/bin" folder in 2 tier architecture. 

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Re: Workflow Handler: execute-follow-up

It will work in 4-tier too (exactly like how it worked in 2-tier) except the custom program will execute on the 4-tier server.

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Thanks and Regards

Yogesh Fegade

Re: Workflow Handler: execute-follow-up

Hello Fegade,

 

I tried in my DEV environment- 4 Tier . My custom program didnt get invoked at all.

Is there any other extra settings need to be done apart from dropping into TCRoot/bin ?

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Accepted by topic author naveengm
‎10-20-2015 04:09 PM

Re: Workflow Handler: execute-follow-up

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Does your program invoke any UI or requires login?

 

If your 4-tier server is configured to run pool manager/tcservers as a service, then there is no "login" associated with the tcserver process.

 

Further if no one is logged in on 4-tier server (i.e. all processes are running in background), then any program that requires login or UI will not work.

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Thanks and Regards

Yogesh Fegade

Re: Workflow Handler: execute-follow-up

Did you restart your pool manager after putting it in the %TC_ROOT%\bin folder?

Arden Bedell | Teamcenter Wonk | Applied CAx, LLC
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Accepted by topic author naveengm
‎10-20-2015 04:08 PM

Re: Workflow Handler: execute-follow-up

Resolution: 

My custom program was referring to Mapped-Network-Drive which is fine with 2T. But in 4T, mapped drives are not recognized. Alternatively changing to UNC as suggested by Fegade resolved the issue.

 

Thanks Fegade.