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Why MBO Package deployed other than "default" domain not working in HWC app?

Hi,

When I MBO package developed for HWC application is deployed in a domain other than "default" in the SCC and run the application it is showing an error"Package is missing".

Why the package deployed in other than "default" domains not working?

Thanks

Midhun

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2012 at 09:28 PM

    Hi Midhun,

    We ran into the same issue as well and had a hard time figuring it out. The workflow app has trouble finding the MBO when you don't specify which domain it's in. You have to deploy the workflow app in the domain where the package (MBO) is located. Here is the solution:

    1) Deploy the MBO to your new domain (other than default) successfully.

    2) Before you deploy the workflow to the SUP server, you need to specify which domain you would like to deploy to:

    In the Unwired Workspace, open your workflow to the "Flow Design" screen and click on the "Properties" tab. Next, click the "Authentication" tab and scroll down to the bottom. Here you will see a field for "Unwired Server Domain". Enter the domain you would like to deploy to. Now re-deploy the workflow.

    This should solve your "Package not found" error.

    Jerad

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2012 at 08:07 PM

    Hey there,

    Quick question for you: in looking forward to revising documentation in a future version (to try avoid similar situations going forward), where would you expect to see this recommendation in the doc set.

    Would you mind providing your opinion? Please let me know:

    - The version you are using

    - If you looked at the docs to find the answer.

    - Would you isolate to development documentation or administration or both (and why)

    - The document title(s) you would look in

    - A title of a topic that you feel gives high visibility (and why)

    Cheers,

    Annette

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