[jboss-user] [JBoss jBPM] - Re: jpdl-3.2.Beta2: how to access variable from task form in
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Sat Feb 17 11:29:45 EST 2007
Hi there again!
"kukeltje" wrote : You do not seem to have any variables declared in the tasks
Errr, yes, I know. But any variable declared in the task forms is automagically available in other task forms that use the same variable names. Like:
| converterMessage="The quantity must be numeric."
| validatorMessage="The quantity must be at least 1.">
| <f:validateLongRange minimum="1"/>
Even more: defining them in the task as well (in processdefinition.xml) makes the values NOT being available in other forms... This is exactly what made me ask how I can access a variable from a task form in jPDL (too bad the subject of forum posts is not truncated in the preview).
"kukeltje" wrote : yes you need a controller there
Are you referring to the Decision, or elsewhere...?
By the way: I wonder if there's another way to define variables? I can image that in most cases one would not like to define the type and boundaries of a variable in multiple places, like 'converter' and 'minimum' for 'quantity' in both form.create.xhtml and form.evaluate.xhtml.
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