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Why do I get this error: ExitPoint executed but EntryPointArgs does not exist in InnerArg tree?

Updated on January 27, 2017

This exception indicates an automation that has both an entry point and an exit point and also has an event that bypasses the entry point and connects to an exit point:


ExitPoint executed but EntryPointArgs does not exist in InnerArg tree

To avoid this exception, always be sure to call the entry point from another automation.

Here is an example of the message you would receive:

Message example

This is incorrect:

Connection block example

This is correct:

Connectoin block example

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