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In using a Webservice Call to kill a Workflow, how do you know by the response if it has been successful

Question asked by sonisick on Mar 11, 2016
Latest reply on Mar 15, 2016 by philipplucas

First, the only way to delete a workflow programmatically is through the web service.  The response seems kind of devoid of confirmation.

I tried this two ways first with workflows I knew existed because I generated them and they were waiting on a response and then with a fake ListInstance.

There are basically 3 parameters for the TerminateWorkflow Web Service Call for a Site Workflow.

The first is a bogus string of zeroes the List. the second is a 0 for id within the list, and the third is a guid for the ListInstance.

 

                     00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000         0         4f3d251f-3e3d-4065-8784-8d698868f429

 

     http://help.nintex.com/en-US/sdks/SDK2013/#Reference/SOAP/NW_REF_SOAP_TerminateWorkflow.htm%3FTocPath%3DNintex%2520Workflow%25202013%2520Software%2520Development%2520Kit%7CNintex%2520Workflow%25202013%2520SDK%2520Reference%7CWeb%2520Service%2520Reference%7CService%2520operations%7C_____60

 

There was no response for the good call or the bad. This feels unsatisfying. I would like to know the process has been terminated. Am I missing something.

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