Is this reproducible at will, or just occasional without a recipe for producing it ?
Assuming only occasional, look at the history on the work object to know what flows and flow actions led up to the failure. That tells you what sorts of code to look for.
When the issue occurs, what shows up in pega log file at that time ? Make sure you're looking on correct node if it's a multi node system.
The reason I asked about the extra commits is that under the hood, the old assignment is deleted (deferred) then later pxFlow is updated to remove the entry, then it is all committed. If there is an error during commit, it is rolled back. Normally, this roll back undeletes the assignment so that the pxFlow still refers to the assignment. But are you saying pxFlow refers to a nonexistent assignment ? That could be because the assignment deletion got committed instead of just deferred.
Posted: 7 years ago
Posted: 11 Nov 2015 16:34 EST
Manthripragada Manikanta Sriram (Sriram75)
Lead System Architect