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Hey Scott.

If you were open to having a Service in your production which is what your function sends its two variables (and the service then passes it onto your Operation) you could have something like this:

ClassMethod SendPage(PagerNumber As %String, Message As %String) As %Status
{
    //The String passed to Ens.Director must match a service name within the active production
    set tsc = ##class(Ens.Director).CreateBusinessService("Pager From Function Service",.tService)
    
    if ($IsObject(tService))
    {
        set input = ##class(osuwmc.Page.DataStructures.Page).%New()
        set input.PagerNumber = PagerNumber
        Set input.Message = Message
        
        set tsc = tService.ProcessInput(input)
        Quit tsc
                
    }
    else
    { 
    Quit 0
    }
}

and then you have a custom service that looks a little like this:

Class osuwmc.Services.PageService Extends Ens.BusinessService
{
Property TargetConfigName As Ens.DataType.ConfigName;

Parameter SETTINGS = "TargetConfigName";

Method OnProcessInput(pRequest As osuwmc.Page.DataStructures.Page) As %Status
{
    set tsc=..SendRequestAsync(..TargetConfigName, pRequest)
    
    Quit tsc
}

}

Then when you add the service to your production (remembering to match it to the name declared in the service code), you can select your target operation as a config item, and when the function is triggered it should go Function -->Service-->Operation.

Edit: my Service Class example had an error in the SETTINGS parameter, I have corrected it. 

Hey Scott.

I think you can achieve this by setting the second parameter to a comma delimted list of the request names, and then pass each value afterwards (in the same order you have the names).

For example:

Method Sample(pReq As osuwmc.Page.DataStructures.Page, Output pResp As %Net.HttpResponse) As %Status
{

    Set FormItems = "PNo,PMsg"
    
    set tSC = ..Adapter.Post(.tResponse,FormItems,pReq.PagerNumber,pReq.Message)

    if ('tSC)

    {

        $$$LOGERROR(tSC)

    }

    quit tSC

}

Hey Mufsi, I had this happen to me and according to WRC this is a known issue fixed in 2020.1.1.

It is caused by an attempt to get an exclusive lock on a specific node for the mirrored database (which is read only) where the task is being scheduled.

There is an alternative workaround to the steps you took by using the ^TASKMGR interface from the %SYS namespace in a Terminal session as it doesn't try to perform any write operations on the read-only mirror databases.

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