Tidal version used for this test is: CPO 2.3. I create a Unix system target object. Use 'Find Targets' activity to grab the target. I use 'Open Terminal Session' acitivty to SSH to the target with target reference set to:
[Workflow.Find Targets.Found Targets.First#<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-16"?><VariableReference xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:type="PropertyReference"><DisplayPath>Workflow.Grab PET Server Target.Found Targets.First</DisplayPath><LinkChain><Link xsi:type="PropertyNameLink"><PropertyName>GetAllFoundTargets</PropertyName></Link><Link xsi:type="PropertyNameLink"><PropertyName>FirstItem</PropertyName></Link></LinkChain><ObjectId>7627c21f-4b5c-492a-b34f-0d9bc8e84ff0</ObjectId><ObjectType>ActivityInstance</ObjectType></VariableReference>]
Open Terminal session fails with the following error message:
Unable to fully resolve expression, as Reference to Property GetAllFoundTargets.FirstItem of ActivityInstance 7627c21f-4b5c-492a-b34f-0d9bc8e84ff0. could not be resolved.
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