[jboss-user] [jBPM] - How to list human tasks with HQ API?

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Mon Jul 30 11:38:06 EDT 2012

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"How to list human tasks with HQ API?"

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I have created a human task using the "human task view" plugin in eclipse. The task is made for the user "krisv". It shows-up both in the "human task view" in eclipse and in the jbpm console when I login with krisv user (based on the demo/evaluation set-up of jBPM 5.3). The task is in status reserved.

I have now made a small java program that connects to the human task service on localhost on port 5445. The program is supposed to get all reserved tasks for krisv user but it returns 0 results.

Here is the code that I use:

 public static void main(String args[])
  String user="krisv";
  String language="en-UK";
  List<Status> status = Arrays.asList(new Status[] { Status.Reserved });

  System.out.println("*** Connecting to human task client with HornetQ protocol");
  SyncTaskServiceWrapper tk = new SyncTaskServiceWrapper(new AsyncHornetQTaskClient());
  tk.connect("", 5445);

  System.out.println("*** Getting " + status + " tasks for " + user + " with language " + language);
  List<TaskSummary> tasks = tk.getTasksAssignedAsPotentialOwnerByStatus(user, status, language);
  tasks.addAll(tk.getTasksOwned(user, status, language));

  System.out.println("*** Got " + tasks.size() + " tasks");

It shows at the end "got 0 tasks"

Any idea what I'm doing wrong?

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks and kind regards,

PS: Can you kindly add jBPM 5.3 to the list of "Categories" in this forum?

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