Question4Replies118Views ANUSHAC2 Member since 2013 7 posts Tech Mahindra Posted: 3 years agoLast activity: 3 years 7 months ago Closed Re-executing th Work objectI have main flow named-A and sub flow named-B.Currently my work object is in flow b and while executing an agent activity got run time exception and moved to flow problems flow which is available in flow A.We were reexecuting the claim by using flow parameters likeProblemFlowName------having flow AProblemFlowStep -----contains like subprocess6But here it is executing from the starting of the flow B.Please let us know how to execute it from the activity it threwed exception instead of reexecuting entire subflow.RegardsAnusha Case Management ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 3 years agoHaritha12 PEGA replied to ANUSHAC2Hi, If the agent activity has failed, it might have entered into some broken-queue. Can you post the xml stack from of it ? Posted: 3 years agoSantanu PEGA replied to ANUSHAC2If you want to resume the flow from the point where it failed, do you think setting a ticket can help ? Posted: 3 years agoANUSHAC2 Tech Mahindra replied to ANUSHAC2yes ,as a production support team we are sending the claim to Prod work basket after run time exception and as mentioned above using those property values we are re-executing the workobject. If subprocess is having all utilities,we are able to handle it. but if subprocess have assignments ,it is like rework from the user end and some times throwing error as well. So is there any property that points to the step in the flow ,so that i can use to re-execute from the place where it throw exceptions Posted: 3 years agoSantanu PEGA replied to ANUSHAC2Hi You can try setting these properties for each step in some placeholder property and then with the help of ticket move your assignment to that step NewAssignPage.pyStepName or pyWorkPage.pxFlow(FlowName).pyLastFlowStep Note: I have not tried this in house so not sure how well it work. Others can comment.