Yes, of course. When you're talking about approvals, I assume you are
using human tasks nodes to model these approvals (each approval is one
human task node). Whenever a user completes a task on his task list,
the process engine will automatically be notified that this task has
been completed (if necessary). The process will then continue from that
In general, a process instance is created for each instance of a process
your are executing. This state is persisted, so that the process can
always continue from where it stopped last time. For human tasks, we
have implemented this linking for you, so that a process instance will
automatically be signaled if the requested task has been completed.
I have a scenario where I want three approval levels for a
Like for eg.
For the first time , a user login in and create a request, then we
invoke a workflow process in which we have 3 approvals to
approve the request. At first time mail will be send to 1st approver
user will submit the request.
Now when the 1st approver logins in and see the request in his task
he should able to change the status and an email will be send to 2nd
Then approver 2nd Logins in and see the request in his task list and
change the status of the request and then passes the same to
So my problem is when the user logs out after the submission of
and 1st approver login in and when he change the status of request I
to call the workflow process again, because of this I am not able to
understand how can the workflow process will be executed from the
state of the process rather than calling workflow from the
So how can we maintain the session for the process as when the 1st
approver comes in , he will be able to perform his task according to
defined in the process as Human-task.
Is it possible or not ?
Thanks & Regards