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Filter Tasks Specific to Process

Hello All

Is there any ways using BPM public API to filter task specific to a process?

I mean if I save some KEYS in task input data object, how can i filter tasks based on this key?

The business requirement is to list all task for a particular process(no matter who is the actual owner)

Thanks,

Vinay

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2014 at 11:44 AM

    Hi Vinay,

    there seems to be no "clean" way to do so. You could only try to set some specific param into the task description and filter them via API. Then you would have to set this param in the task input mapping for example on the end of the description field.

    Regards,

    Tobias

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  • Posted on Jul 25, 2014 at 01:39 PM

    if it is customization development, i think you can do it

    get all the process instance for that particular process, loop in these processes and get all the task

    one thing you have to be aware is, the standard api can only retrieve the process instance generated by latest process definition. you have to find a way to get the old definition in order to retrieve process instance running with old definition

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    Posted on Jul 28, 2014 at 05:31 AM

    Thank you Tobias and Jun.

    But if I use BPM public api, it still gives me task of only logged in user as I can see only one method 'getmytaskabstract'??

    Is there any ways to access 'BPM_MY_TASKS_DS' in WDJ like custom data source so that I can filter with subject relevant to my activity.

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