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Within an hour,workflow process went to infinite loop after execution of 8th process for that particular record.
So do we need to consider both Parent and Child process for that record if the count exceed 7th process.
Could you please help me out here.
you probably should stop programming infinite loops
In your workflow you have to have a breaking condition or terminating condition.
Please add Check Condition step and only do the update if the condition is met
If the condition is not met, the workflow will not update and this will stop it from triggering again and again until the infinite loop exception is thrown.
One of the best practices is to always have a condition to check the values before you execute the Update step.
Let us know if you need any further guidance on this.
Thanks for the updates,
As per the business requirement,based on the update of Optionset workflow will trigger and it has 10 optionset values.
Could you please confirm me that do we need to consider count of only Parent workflow process or both(Parent-child process) for exceeding 7times in an hours.
If you have written any custom code then use context.depth.
If there is no code then do not run workflow on updated attribute.
Select only those attributes that are not getting update from workflow.
Why would you spawn a process for each value? Why are you not if...then...else if... 10 times in a single process?
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