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Unable to view the UI task under self service Tab

Dear Experts,

Issue: An UI task should be visible to only certain users whose employment type is contractors and the task should be available under the Self service tab.

Steps I followed:

1. Created a dynamic group as below, which would be assigned to the users whose employement type is temp-contractor and visibility is maintained as ALL.

2. This dynamic group is assigned to users successfully and the query mentioned in the screenshot is returning users too.

3. later created an ui task as below and maintained as below under access control tab

As per this configuration, i expect this task to be visible under the selfservice tab in UI, but unable to see this task at all.

Please let me know if i have configured it correctly, if not let me know how to proceed further.

Thanks in Advance!

Regards,

Deva

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  • Hello Deva,

    I can't concentrate on the question itself, when I see that you use "idmv_vallink_basic_active" for this sql statement. Please check out the following two views:

    • idmv_entry_simple
    • idmv_value_basic (also available with "_active")

    With these two views the performance of your query will be sooo much better. ;)

    .

    The double brackets tell me, you probably used the SQL query builder to create this. Don't trust that thing, the queries it creates are aweful. :(

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    Regards,

    Steffi.

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    Nov 22, 2017 at 04:21 PM

    Hello Deva,

    you wrote you can't see this task at all in the UI. The access control for the task is only for that business role and "self". Is the identity you try to open the task with added in the business role and can you open the task for your own identity under "Manage"?

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    Regards,

    Steffi.

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    • Hello Deva,

      the easiest way is just create a business role and add the dynamic role to it. You can use dynamic roles to fill business roles with users. And then just use that business role in the access control of the task.

      I use that a lot for exactly this kind of control over who sees what.

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      Regards,

      Steffi.