Error: Invalid deploy result code: HTTP/1.1 500

Hello,

After creating a model, when trying to publish an application in flowable-modeler, we have the following error:
Invalid deploy result code: HTTP/1.1 500

Please, we need your help urgently.

Regards

  • Make sure you also deploy flowable task app because modeler user task app API for deployment.

  • Make sure your process is error free, like no obvious syntax error.

if both doesn’t help, please share error stack trace from log.

Thanks,

Dear Herve,

I faced this problem many times usually when trying to use the “candidate group” feature. It sometimes work and sometimes throw this error. In case you’ve set your process up with a candidate group, try to remove it and see if it helps with the publication of the app.

Cheers,

Julien

I am new to Flowable and I was just going through this [https://paulhh.wordpress.com/2017/01/31/flowable-6-instant-gratification/](

Instant Gratification with Flowable 6

), did exactly what was shown but, still I got this error when publishing the app and I didn’t find any reference of deploying flowable task app…please let me know what I am missing.

Hi,

Are you using the 6.4.1 download or building from the current code?

Cheers
Paul.

Hi,

I am using 6.4.1 download.

2019-06-17 14:49:17.203 ERROR 13352 — [nio-8080-exec-6] o.f.u.m.s.AppDefinitionPublishService : Invalid deploy result code: HTTP/1.1 500 http://localhost:8080/flowable-task/app-api/app-repository/deployments?deploymentKey=gigapp&deploymentName=Gig+App for url

is what I got after selecting publish.

On going to localhost:8080/flowable-task, It shows the task app running and on going there, it shows the task which I have created.

Looks like there was some logic error in process, due to which I kept getting this error, it is solved now.

Hi,

Are you sure you have the Flowable Task application running on localhost port 8080 in the flowable-task context root?

Best regards,

Tijs

Hi,

Nope, I am not sure if I have Flowable Task application running on the localhost port 8080.
I was following along with the https://paulhh.wordpress.com/2017/01/31/flowable-6-instant-gratification/, from there I just created a task, created a process, while publishing the process, I got this error, you can see in the link, if something is missing that I need to add, I looked over it again, but I can see I have followed all the steps till “Creating the process app”.

Error starts with something like this:

2019-06-17 15:19:59.764  INFO 13352 --- [nio-8080-exec-9] o.f.e.l.j.c.BpmnJsonConverter            : Skipping edge sid-4022A4A3-2E16-4BB6-A6FB-2186E7C12E9B because source ref is null
2019-06-17 15:20:00.201  INFO 13352 --- [nio-8080-exec-6] o.f.a.e.i.d.AppDeployer                  : Processing app resource gigapp.app
2019-06-17 15:20:00.202  INFO 13352 --- [nio-8080-exec-6] o.f.e.c.i.d.BpmnDeployer                 : BpmnDeployer: processing resource gigplan.bpmn
2019-06-17 15:20:00.666 ERROR 13352 --- [nio-8080-exec-6] o.f.e.i.b.d.ParsedDeploymentBuilder      : Could not parse resource gigplan.bpmn

org.flowable.bpmn.exceptions.XMLException: cvc-complex-type.4: Attribute 'sourceRef' must appear on element 'sequenceFlow'.
        at org.flowable.bpmn.converter.BpmnXMLConverter.convertToBpmnModel(BpmnXMLConverter.java:274) ~[flowable-bpmn-converter-6.4.1.jar:6.4.1]
        at org.flowable.engine.impl.bpmn.parser.BpmnParse.execute(BpmnParse.java:148) ~[flowable-engine-6.4.1.jar:6.4.1]

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On going to localhost:8080/flowable-task/, It shows the task app running and on going there, it shows the task which I have created.

What happens if you just enter the URL http://localhost:8080/flowable-task into your browser?

It should show the Flowable Task app. Just trying to confirm the Task app is running first. You should be able to create a task manually, but there won’t be any processes to start.

Cheers
Paul.

My guess is that you have an extra sequence flow (arrow) in your model. Or you’ve inadvertently unlinked a sequence flow from its destination. Try moving each of your processes, gates, and start/end events in the modeler and see if there is a sequence flow that is detached.

Will