Hello! I have a page where I want to keep a temporary list of changed attributes, in order to send a REST API call later. The microflow is called in OnChange, but the list does not survive. Now the UserInputTask object stays in memory, but the associated TaskChanges not. I think it does not have to be a persistable object right? It should only be kept as long as the page is open. I thought I create the TaskChanges object in a microflow if it is empty, but it is always empty when I come into it. The microflow is triggered by attribute OnChange action (here in the screenshot is only the object creation, not the adding in the list, that comes later). I have similar observations if I try to associate UserI After setting the reference the RetrieveObject action delivers the object, but the next time the OnChange is triggered, its empty again. Regards, Raimund
Not exactly on topic, but are you aware that for a persisten entity you can compare a changed object with its committed version? Do a retrieve from database with xpath [id=$myobject] and you retrieve the persisted version.
Also, you may want to look at the audit trail appstore component, this compares objects using java to detect changes since the last commit.