This error is thrown because there isn't any table named "snap_creator_profile" created in scheme "Snap_Creator" as yet because there is no Data Source of this Scheme added and acquired. A new schema or the tables in that schema are not created in the WFA DB unless it run a Data Source acquisition at least once ( successful or failed).
I hope you have read and covered the prerequisites as mentioned in the doc.
So after importing the Dar in WFA, do the following:
1. Create a New Datasource of Type: Snap Creator - 1.2 from the drop-down menu of Type field and provide the credentials for your Snap Creator server.
2. Wait for the acquisition to be successful.
3. Now go to your workflow and execute. This time you won't see this error.
4. You can verify the schema and tables created and also the data acquired if you login to the WFA server using some mySql client with credentials (wfa/Wfa123)
Let me know if this worked for you.
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Ok, If you look at Sinhaa's screencap, you should see what I mean. You said that you failed to create the datasource. What happened? Did it fail to complete because the tables didn't exist? If that is the case then it is the same issue. Edit the Datasource and look at the bottom (again reference Sinhaa's screencap) and select the Scheme Snap_Creator. Underneath is a button to reset the scheme. Once you do this, run acquire again and everything should work... or at least get you past the errors about the tables.
It looks like the job is failing immediately. Yes, the username and password required is the one for the SnapCreator server. This doesn't appear to be an issue with the credentials as you aren't even getting to that point. The script failed to run after 15ms. The error CreateProcess error=2 indicates that the process failed to find the script to run or failed to execute. Since there were likely a bunch of things tested, I would suggest reimporting the DAR file which should overwrite the current files.
Ok, I back tracked a little.. I rebooted the server, reimported the module, and then I was prompted with snapcreator module not loaded properly. So I downloaded the 4.1 toolkit and installed that.
Now, i'm getting prompted with the following error
An error occurred while making the HTTP request to https://WFAserver:8080/services/v1/EngineService/. This could be due to the fact that the server certificate is not configured properly with HTTP.SYS in the HTTPS case. This could also be caused by a mismatch of the security binding between the client and the server.
Now, quick question, since this is our lab environment, snapcreator server is running on the WFA server as well, just a different port. IIs that ok?
Sorry for the delay. So, running SnapCreator in the same host as WFA will work. Have you tried to use HTTP instead of HTTPS? Are you able to log into SnapCreator portal via HTTPS with no issues? You might want to ping the SnapCreator communities if there is an actual problem with the SnapCreator toolkit.