[jboss-user] [jBPM] - Finishing tasks when the process is terminated/aborted

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Mon Aug 1 04:35:48 EDT 2011

Cristiano Nicolai [http://community.jboss.org/people/cristiano.nicolai] created the discussion

"Finishing tasks when the process is terminated/aborted"

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Hi all,

I'm trying to figure the best approach to deal with open tasks when a process is terminated or aborted. Looking at the Task Life Cycle it seems that "Obsolete" is the right status for these tasks but with the current version of the Task Client API it is only possible to achieve it skipping the task, in other words, the task must be skippable = true. My understanding about this property is to mark the task as optional in the process, given the user ability to simply skip it, so most of the cases I will face tasks that are skippable = false. If I'm right, I'm wondering that maybe a new method could be created in the TaskClient to move the task to "Obsolete" status.

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