The WorkflowExecutionError exception is raised when a workflow encounters an execution error.
The WorkflowExecutionError exception is raised if the workflow cannot be executed. For example, if the job is not assigned to the current user or the job is closed, it is not possible to execute a job's workflow.
The WorkflowExecutionError exception is used below to handle any errors that result from trying to execute the workflow.
import arcpy, sys, traceback #Define the callback response function. In this case it will prompt the user using the console to respond. def callback(question, responses): # Print out the expected responses for resp in responses: print("[%i] %s" % (resp, resp)) # Prompt the user to respond val = int(input("%s - %s: " % (question, question))) # Return their response. Currently only returning the value, but could also return a note (for questions) and the name of the response return (val, "", "") #Establish a connection to a Workflow database conn = arcpy.wmx.Connect(r'c:\test\Workflow.jtc') #Get a Job for Execution job = conn.getJob(77601) try: #Execute the current Step in the workflow result = job.executeStep(callback=callback) print ("Executing the first step returned %i" % result.returnCode) #Run the next Step in the workflow result = job.executeStep(callback=callback) #Mark the step as complete job.markStepAsComplete(callback=callback) #Raised when a step in the workflow encounters an execution error except wmx.WorkflowExecutionStepError as e: print ("Step failed to execute:") print("-"*60) traceback.print_exc() #Raised when a workflow encounters an execution error except wmx.WorkflowExecutionError as f: print ("Workflow failed to execute:") print("-"*60) traceback.print_exc()