Certain CA IT PAM Web Service methods (for example, "GetFlowState"), create SoapResponseData variables with hyphens ("-") (for example, flow-state, submission-time, sender-address, and connection-id). The hyphen causes syntax problems when the variables are referenced (i.e. in post-execution). You may see an error like this:
Error in post-execution code. Failed to execute code:
-- ReferenceError: "state" is not defined. (#4)
Use alternate syntax to access values. For example, use:
Notice that the period before flow-state is removed and the brackets and quotes are added around flow-state. This syntax will work and prevent the above error.