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Get the process instance ID


I've build a Process DC with subprocesses. I would like to retrieve my process instance ID, this way, when I am in a subprocess, I could still put a link to the diagram of the main process !

Does anyone have any idea how to obtain it ?

Any help would be appreciated!

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2009 at 06:33 AM


    There are two possibilities

    *When you are a process in NWA Process Repository(process start UI) you will get the instance ID displayed

    *If your process is already started then from NWA Manage Processes you can get the instance ID



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      thanks for your answer. Now I know that the URL is generated correct and the problem is that I have to less experience in dynpro 😔

      Dynpro differs between relative and absolute URLs. In the first step (how you did) I created a relative URL which is only useful when the target appication is on the same server or the url is not used as a bookmark or a in a email.

      If you need a url which should be persistent you need a absolute url (e.g. for use in mails). It is generated like that:

      String executionURL = WDURLGenerator.getWorkloadBalancedApplicationURL("","ATaskExecution", params);


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