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Approval Requests Using a Specific Composite Fail with "Tasklist mapping failed for workflow definition" (Doc ID 2613773.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 14, 2020

Applies to:

Identity Manager - Version 11.1.2.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Using Oracle Identity Manager (OIM), approval tasks using a specific composite immediately fail.  After opening the request from the Track Requests page, then selecting the Request Failed link, the following error will be seen, depending upon your version of OIM:

 

In 12.2.1.3.x and 11.1.2.3.x:
IAM-2050014 : An error occurred while initiating approvals for request <REQUEST_ID>. The corresponding error message is Unable to instantiate the workflow process due to: IAM-2010023 : Tasklist mapping failed for workflow definition: default/<COMPOSITE>!<VERSION> due to exception.code:30857 exception.type: ERROR exception.severity: 2 exception.name: Workflow payload attribute not found. exception.description: Workflow task type default/<COMPOSITE>!<VERSION>/<TASKNAME> does not have a payload attribute named Requester. exception.fix: Ensure that workflow task type and payload attribute name are correct.

In 11.1.2.2.x:
IAM-2010002 : Unable to instantiate the workflow process due to: Tasklist mapping failed for workflow definition: default/<COMPOSITE>!<VERSION> due to Workflow payload attribute not found. Workflow task type default/<COMPOSITE>!<VERSION>/<TASKNAME> does not have a payload attribute named Requester. Ensure that workflow task type and payload attribute name are correct.

 

Changes

 The composite used for the approval has an approval task which has either been edited to remove one or more data attributes or the composite contains a newly created approval task.

Cause

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