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Your WorkflowCheckinNotify job failed. RRS feed

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  • Hi,

    We have recently installed the Work flow manager 1.0 on our project 2013 server. Since this has occured when project is published the following error is emailed to the user. We have tested that the workflow manager is working correctly as we can create a simple sharepoitn designer 2013 workflow and publish it to a list or document library.

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    Your WorkflowCheckinNotify job failed.  Its current state is FailedNotBlocking.  It was 0% complete.  It entered the queue at 05/06/2013 17:07:31.

    To get more information about the job failure, please go to Project Web App.  Select Personal Settings from the left menu.  Then select My Queued Jobs.

    The errors returned from the queue are as follows:

     Error ID: 26000

    Detailed error below - send it to the administrator for more detailed troubleshooting.

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-16"?>

    <errinfo>

      <general>

        <class name="Queue">

          <error id="26000" name="GeneralQueueJobFailed" uid="59d0189e-1bb6-e211-943c-000c2978b170" JobUID="56d0189e-1bb6-e211-943c-000c2978b170" ComputerName="53369f6c-4274-4f72-8eb6-2c9a112b8efc" GroupType="WorkflowCheckinNotify" MessageType="ProjectCheckinNotifyWorkflowMessage" MessageId="1" Stage="" CorrelationUID="78ad189c-9457-50e8-b8ef-c95e12c4a0ac" />

        </class>

      </general>

    </errinfo>

    You can do the following:

    1. Try troubleshooting using the error IDs, error XML.

    2. Contact administrator with your jobID (56d0189e-1bb6-e211-943c-000c2978b170) and error XML.

    To turn off these notifications, go to PWA Settings, and then click Manage My Alerts and Reminders.

    From this page, you can clear the check box for those notifications you no longer want to receive.

    Microsoft Project Server

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    How can we prevent the error message?

    Thanks.

    Monday, May 6, 2013 10:57 PM

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