+2 votes

Since Efficy 11.0, import directives can be used inside database workflow to include serverjs files. When this is a custom file, it's placed in the mycustomer/serverjs folder. This requires passing on the custombase also for SOAP initiated sessions.

Passing the custombase as a property in the <efficy:logon/> node will not function.

The solution is to pass the custombase as argument to the Web request URL. E.g.

https://mycustomer.efficytest.com/crm/SOAP?custombase=mycustomer
asked in Utilities by (6.8k points)
Correct, the parameters "filebase", "custombase" and "language" can only be specified in the URL.
In the next release, filebase and custombase will be replaced by a single parameter "customer".

Please log in or register to answer this question.

1,167 questions
1,425 answers
1,717 comments
325 users