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Savvion Document Dataslot – Add Documents Programmatically (Free Download Code)

Submitted by Abhishek on Sun, 2012-05-20 15:40
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Step 6: Test the Process

To Test the Process, Login to Savvion Business Manager and go to the Applications Tab and Choose “DocumentExample” process. You will see the first Screen like

Fill in the First Name, Last Name and hit create. A Task should get Created.

Now go to the task list and choose the Document Example task item

 

The Task Opens like the screen below

 

 

Click on File(s) button next to the ID Proof and you will see the file attached in Popup. Bingo!!

 

 

Now Click on File(s) button next to the Supporting Documents dataslot and you will see a popup like the one below

TroubleShooting

If your results were different or not coming at all, try some of these pointers

  • Make sure you have copied the files to the right location
  • Make sure the file Names are correct
  • Make sure you have added the right libraries and deployed correctly

Make sure you have assigned  “creator” as the performer and created the request as “ebms”. If you created as someone else, you will need to pass that name as the first parameter in the “create” call in your adapter

 

If you still face issues, feel free to reach out to me.

You can download the source code of this project Here

Questions and Suggestions are welcome

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Abhishek Mishra
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