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Hi Mohit Arora

Can you please provide us with the version of Warewolf you are running and the Windows version you are running it on?

Hi Mohit Arora


The web tools require you to set up a resource, you can set up a new resource by selecting the "NEW" option (see attached image". Please see the examples available in the Warewolf studio for a better understanding of the GET tool.



Hi urmi.vijayvargiy

All workflows in Warewolf are API endpoints that accept GET and POST methods. You can integrate your .NET application via the Warewolf's API layer.

Hi burque505

Can you provide us with :

  • The version of Warewolf you are running 
  • The version of Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word?

Hi k.rajesh1241

Have you tried rebooting your pc and trying again?

Hi Tom

Yes, it possible to pay for support for the compiled version. Please contact alpha@warewolf.io for details on obtaining your license.

Kind regards

Elmans


Hi Tomas


We would like to know what license you have purchased so that we can better support you.

Kind regards

Elmans

Hi Tom

We are currently investigating what the installer does differently manually creating a user and adding them to the Warewolf Administrator group. We will provide feedback shortly.

Kind regards

Elmans

Hi Tomas

Thank you for the information submitted. 

Yes please, we would you run the wizard in the following manner:
1. Ensure that the studio is not open in any other user session.

2. In the user account session that has the problem, run the installer as Administrator and select "repair".

Kind regards

Elmo

Hi Tomas

Thank you for your feedback. It appears to be related to Windows security. 

Please try the following:

1. Ensure that the studio is not open in any other user session.

2. In the user account session that has the problem, run the installer as Administrator and select "repair".


Could you also provide us with all the Warewolf Studio and Server logs:

Warewolf Studio:  "%AppData%\..\Local\Warewolf\Studio Logs" file called "Warewolf Studio.log"

Warewolf Server:  "%ProgramData%\Warewolf\Server Log" file called  "wareWolf-Server.log"


Kind regards

Elmans