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Custom Reports of GP Tasks

Hi ,

I have Developed a simple workflow application in GP as follows.

emp creates request and sends to manager.

manager approves the request

It is working Fine.

Now my requirement is as follows.

Emp must be able to View the approved Requests.

But in GP when all tasks have completed then we can only view the tasks

in Completed tasks , which is just a list and if we click on any particular task

it does not open the UI for that task , it just says action Completed.

So how do we create reports of GP tasks which are completed ?

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 05:48 AM


    thanks for the reply.

    <b>This link is not working .</b>

    and i am not looking at getting the task list in some other form.

    i need that when user clicks on the completed GP Task , then the UI for that Task should open in Display mode.

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      You should definitely have a look at the "Display Callable Object" functionality. It allows you to define a CO which is displayed when the action has already been processed. Then, you won't see the message "Action has been completed" anymore but the Display CO that you've defined.

      Hope this helps.

      Best regards,


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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 05:20 AM

    Hi Rajendrakumar

    If the Reporting tasks are to be shown through HTML or CSV or Excel then please follow the link below:-

    Configuring" target="_blank">">Configuring the Reporting UI pattern

    The document provides stepwise procedure to acheive the same.



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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 12:00 AM

    Thanks .

    Thats what i was lookiing for !

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