How do you know pxFlow is missing if you can't open the work object? It sounds like there is something more at work here. What error do you get when you try obj-open-by-handle? Certainly, if you never want to open it again, you could update the status on the exposed columns, but if the blob content has somehow been corrupted, that's something you'll want to look into. If you have a method for opening it to see the pxFlow, that's the method I would use to update the status/repair the item, etc.
If you can open the clipboard of the respective work object by any means run the "Work-.FixProblemAssignments" activity on pyWorkPage, it will create an assignment so that you can resolve the work object. Not sure for corrupted work objects, just give it a try and share the results.
If you are not able to obj-open-by-handle, use StepStatusFail in the activity step post condition to help analyze why. Most common reasons are 1) wrong key given 2) case is locked by another requestor.
If you can open it, but your changes don't "stick", most common reason is that you didn't commit the changes. Again, use StepStatusFail either on your obj-save (with "write-now") or on your commit) to help anlyze the error.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The use of "write-now" or commit is often only appropriate for stand-alone activities being used for diagnosis or repair. For normal flow processing, avoid these! /Eric
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