Taka,

Would you mind sharing the exact command you used to call workflow_execute.py?


It does sound like you're doing something very similar to what scripts/api/example_watch_folder.py does. That script also uploads from the file system to a data library and subsequently executes a workflow on the uploaded files. If you haven't already taken a look there, it could perhaps serve as another example for you.

-Dannon

On 04/19/2011 10:51 AM, Takafumi Yamaguchi wrote:
Hello,

I have a question regarding execution of workflows using API (workflow_execute.py).

I am writing a script to automate file uploading and workflow execution using API.

I was able to upload files and the response gave me ids for each file with 32 characters although the README example returned 16 characters. (I used library_upload_from_import_dir.py)

Then I tried to execute a workflow using workflow_execute.py but it does not seem that the script accepts the ids.

Is there any ways to resolve this issue?

Thank you,

Taka

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