Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'outputValues' of undefined

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I have a global action button 'credit pull' in a table. i am calling my apex class from,
global action button--> action type=run multiple actions-->Run Custom apex action--> my class name.

when i click on credit pull global action, i am getting an error like Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'outputValues' of undefined

can any one help me, come out from this issue.
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I am also receiving this error when using a Skuid action to run a custom apex action that is referencing an InvocableMethod. Anyone have any updates on how to resolve this error?
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Can either of you post a screenshot of this error with the browser console exposed so we can see the javascript stack trace? 
Can you also post a screenshot of the action configuration (Specifically the "run custom Apex action" detail properties. 

Thanks. 
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Yes, Here is the configuration of the action in Skuid: 



And the corresponding error in the console: 


Let me know if you need any additional info!

Thanks
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Hi Rob, 

Just curious if you have any updates around this error? Any potential fix or workaround?

Thanks!
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Checking on this issue (that Ross is working on for us.)  This issue was a bug caught in our live community, and it would be great if we could get this looked at.  FYI - the console error is thrown as a system admin as well.

We have a custom apex action being called form a tab click, and the console shows the uncaught error that Ross posted the screen shot of.  I can send the org ID over if someone can take a look....  Thanks!
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Was everyone's error in community? Or has anyone gotten this error in non-community environments? We've had a lot of issues running Apex that relies on the AJAX toolkit in communities.
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We originally caught the bug inside the community, but the error is also occurring when previewing the page in standard Salesforce as a Sys Admin, so I don't think the problem is unique to the community. 
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Hi Chandra and Ross,

This looks like an issue with how Skuid is handling custom apex actions. What parameters does your apex action take, and what is your apex action returning? If you could post just the first line of your apex function, that could help us debug.
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You might want to try deleting that action step and re-building it in Skuid. There may be some inconsistencies with the input now that the signature of the apex action has changed.
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Ben, recreating the action step altogether did the trick, we are now able to successfully launch the apex action from the Skuid action when the page is accessed in standard Salesforce environment. When we run the action from a page within the Salesforce Community, we receive an error 503 (service unavailable). I see above Jack Sandford is having issues running this kind of Ajax request from Communities, do you have any information about this?

Thanks. 
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Ross - are you loading the AJAX toolkit as an external Javascript resource? I'm not sure this helps in community but is needed sometimes. Add a new javascript, with a Resource Location of External, and a URL of " /soap/ajax/37.0/apex.js "
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Also if you can post your console log for when you try and run this in community that could be helpful
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Jack - I added the javascript resource (as version 36, since it matched the error but also tried version 37) and it is still throwing the same error.




The error:



I did check and ensure the community profile has access to this Apex class, and it does.