The Abort Activity Change exception is used in process activity callback actions to prevent the activity from advancing to the next state. This exception is logged in the General section of the Monitoring area in Service Center.

Raising an Abort Activity Change Exception

To raise an Abort Activity Change Exception, use the Raise Error tool in your action flow: After adding a Raise Error element to your action flow, the Select Exception window is displayed with the list of existing Exceptions appear. Create a new Abort Activity Change Exception by choosing it from that list.

When using the On Open, On Close, and On Skip activity callback actions, Service Studio automatically includes an Abort Activity Change exception.

Human Activity Callback Actions

By throwing an Abort Activity Change exception in a callback action of a Human Activity, you prevent the Human Activity from advancing to the next state. Learn more about Human Activities Life Cycle.

Automatic Activity Callback Actions

By throwing an Abort Activity Change exception in a callback action of an Automatic Activity, you prevent the Automatic Activity from advancing to the next state. Learn more about Automatic Activities Life Cycle.

Wait Activity Callback Actions

By throwing an Abort Activity Change exception in a callback action of a Wait Activity, you prevent the Wait Activity from advancing to the next state. Learn more about Wait Activities Life Cycle.

See Also

Process Activities Life Cycle | About Types of Exceptions