[jboss-user] [JBoss jBPM] - How you know when the process is waiting for a Task ?
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Mon Jan 21 11:16:34 EST 2008
Hello, I need a little help with Task List.
I have a Servlet which I use as front-end for a JBPM process.
Here's one simple:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
| <start-state name="StatoIniz">
| <transition name="" to="state1"></transition>
| <state name="state1">
| <transition name="" to="state2"></transition>
| <state name="state2">
| <transition name="" to="Task1"></transition>
| <task-node name="Task1">
| <task name="Task1">
| <assignment class='com.sample.action.SimpleAssignmentHandler' />
| <transition name="" to="end1"></transition>
| <end-state name="end1"></end-state>
I want that when the user reaches "Task1" process stops and the Servlet prints "User you have Task1 in charge".
I'm using "getTaskList" for this purpose....
List taskInstances = jbpmContext.getTaskList("user");
| TaskInstance taskInstance = (TaskInstance) taskInstances.get(0);
| taskInstanceId = taskInstance.getId();
| String taskName = taskInstance.getTask().getName();
| out.println("You have in your TaskList "+taskName);
The problem is getTaskList() returns the taskInstance Task1 also when the user is in state1 or state2. Why ?
I only want this when the process has stopped and waiting for Task completion.
Should I use a different Api for this purpose ?
Thanks a lot
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