[jboss-user] [JBoss Seam] - Re: Seam jBPM: use annotation or pages.xml to get next task?

avbentem do-not-reply at jboss.com
Tue Mar 27 09:55:46 EDT 2007

"kukeltje" wrote : afaik, jBPM 3.2 already is able to do something like autostart
I could only find 16.4.8. task-node, which states:
anonymous wrote : create-tasks - attribute - optional {yes|no|true|false}, default is true. Can be set to false when a runtime calculation has to determine which of the tasks have to be created. In that case, add an action on node-enter, create the tasks in the action and set create-tasks to false.
  | end-tasks - attribute - optional {yes|no|true|false}, default is false. In case remove-tasks is set to true, on node-leave, all the tasks that are still open are ended.
However, it defaults to true, according to the quote above, the source code and the XSD:
<xs:element name="task-node">
  |     <xs:complexType>
  |     :
  |     <xs:attribute name="create-tasks" type="booleanType" default="true"/>
  |     <xs:attribute name="end-tasks" type="booleanType" default="false"/>
So, setting this to true, which it already is, would not make much difference I guess. So: is this what you're referring to?


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