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  • Romeo Cadaoas 33 posts 110 karma points
    Aug 01, 2017 @ 06:33
    Romeo Cadaoas

    RecordService.Instance.Approve(record, form) Value cannot be null. Parameter name: umbracoContext Error

    I'm executing RecordService.Instance.Approve(record, form) asynchronously to update the status to approved but I'm getting the following error:

    System.ArgumentNullException (umbraco)
                 ...      Value cannot be null.
                 ...      Parameter name: umbracoContext
                 ...         at Umbraco.Web.Security.MembershipHelper..ctor(UmbracoContext umbracoContext, MembershipProvider membershipProvider, RoleProvider roleProvider)
                 ...         at Umbraco.Forms.Data.StringHelper.ParsePlaceHolders(HttpContext context, Record record, String value)
                 ...         at Umbraco.Forms.Data.StringHelper.ParsePlaceHolders(Record record, String value)
                 ...         at Umbraco.Forms.Core.Services.WorkflowService.ExecuteWorkflows(List`1 workflows, RecordEventArgs e)
                 ...         at Umbraco.Forms.Core.Services.WorkflowService.ExecuteWorkflows(Record record, Form form, FormState state, Boolean editMode)
                 ...         at Umbraco.Forms.Web.Services.RecordService.Approve(Record record, Form form)

    Did anyone here encountered the same error?

    Here are my code:

    var task = new System.Threading.Tasks.Task(() =>
                                        if (formRecord != null)
                                            Umbraco.Forms.Core.Record record = GetRecordByUniqueID(formRecord.UniqueId);
                                            if (record != null)
                                                #region Update Record Status
                                                    //Update form record status to approved 
                                                    using (var formStorage = new Umbraco.Forms.Data.Storage.FormStorage())
                                                        Umbraco.Forms.Core.Form form = formStorage.GetForm(record.Form);
                                                        if (record.RecordFields.Any(x => x.Value.Field.Caption == "Payment Reference"))
                                                            record.GetRecordField("Payment Reference").Values.Clear();
                                                            record.GetRecordField("Payment Reference").Values = new List<object> { tranid };
                                                        RecordService.Instance.Approve(record, form); 
                                                catch (Exception ex)
  • Eric Wilkinson 21 posts 91 karma points
    Mar 22, 2018 @ 15:16
    Eric Wilkinson

    Also encountering this unless you say task.Wait(); after the task.Start(), but that defeats the purpose of needing to Approve the workflow after the submit workflow is called.

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