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E1: WRKFLW: Unable to Save Modifications done to a workflow process in Workflow Modeler (Doc ID 1403263.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 11, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


User is unable to save the modification done to a workflow process (e.g. EXPROUTING) in Workflow Modeler. Clicking the save button in Workflow Modeler tool, will result in the following errors shown in jde.log.

Errors in jde.log:

8876/9556 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Jan 31 14:17:38.977038 WFSavePV.cpp164
INTERNAL ERROR - No process version with ID <4687EAEE-F5A1-4A61-92C1-D0046536222F>

8876/9556 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Jan 31 14:17:38.977040 WFSavePV.cpp105
WFSavePVTransaction : Performing RollBack

After exiting workflow modeler and relaunching workflow modeler for the same workflow process and version, the following pop-up error is shown:

Process Modeler
Your previous editing session of this Workflow Process Version was terminated abnormally.

You have the following choices:
-ABORT editing and open the process in read-only mode,
-RETRY to recover the last editing session,
-IGNORE previous editing session and restore the last backup.


1. In Process Master application or Object Management Workbench (OMW) application, launch Workflow Modeler for a workflow process (e.g. EXPROUTING)

2. Make some changes in the Workflow Modeler. Click the SAVE button and Exit workflow Modeler.

3. The status of the Workflow still stays as "Workflow is being Edited". And when you try to relaunch workflow modeler,  it displays the above error message. Clicking Retry, the changes made were not saved.




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