[jboss-user] [jBPM] - Re: Web Designer 2.0 and UserTask

Tihomir Surdilovic do-not-reply at jboss.com
Sun Dec 18 17:41:38 EST 2011

Tihomir Surdilovic [http://community.jboss.org/people/tsurdilovic] created the discussion

"Re: Web Designer 2.0 and UserTask"

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Hi Vladimir, yes we are improving the UI of the designer to make it more user-friendly, especially for user inputs such as process variables and data input/output associations.

Currently, to define process variables, in the BPMN-Diagram properties section you can defined them in the Variable Definitions input field with the following pattern: 
so for example you could have:
If you do not specify a type, it will default to Object type.

For user tasks, you have couple of property fields to look at:
DataInputSet: comma-separated definition of data inputs of the task, for example: a,b
DataOutputSet: comma-separated definition of data outputs of the task, for example: j,k
Assignments: define the input/output assignments and associations here, for example if you define process variables x,y and let's say usertask data input a and b, and task data output c you could have:
in which case process var x will be mapped to the data input a, b will be assigned to string Hello, and output c will be mapped to proces var y.
You can also do bi-directional associations, for example:
where x is mapped to a and then a is mapped back out to the process variable x.

Hope this helps.

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