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dougmaloney
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Advocate II

Changing the outputs from an action breaks my agent

I have a PVA topic which calls a PA action, which returns 5 output variables. I added a 6th output variable from the action, but when I return to my PVA topic, the new output variable is not available to be used, and when I try to save the topic, I get an error telling me to delete and re-add the action.

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Problem is that when I do delete the action, all references to the existing 5 variables are removed across the topic and need to be reentered one by one to each node that references them.

 

Does anyone know a workaround, or when this will be improved ?

 

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renatoromao
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Super User

Hi @dougmaloney ,

 

Unfortunately, hasn't any workaround to do it.

But you can create the idea here: https://aka.ms/pva/community/ideas

 

I will take my vote certainly.


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