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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-07-05T12:59:40Z by bgbaird
Harishdp
Harishdp
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Pinned topic assignee relationship in task Node

‏2013-06-25T11:20:41Z |

Hi , 

i am newbie to the maximo world . I have installed SCCD in our environment and working on creating workflows for change management .  I have come across new feature in work flow design that is  assignee relationship in task Node . I am searching in the web to understand how to implement the relationship statements . I have read the following link https://www-304.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21460940 but that didnt help me much . 

if any body have any documentation to understand this feature please let me know the link . 

Thanks 

Harish 

  • Arun_Aviator
    Arun_Aviator
    14 Posts

    Re: assignee relationship in task Node

    ‏2013-07-04T11:26:09Z  

    I too observerd this, Any explanation would be much useful from the experts.

  • bgbaird
    bgbaird
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    Re: assignee relationship in task Node

    ‏2013-07-05T12:59:40Z  

    I too observerd this, Any explanation would be much useful from the experts.

    Some relationships exist OOB. For example, workorder.supervisor relates to a user record natively.  Therefore, if I define a role called WOSUPV, I can use workorder.supervisor to make that assignment.

    Some relationships don't exist OOB. An example of this would be the workorder.supervisor's supervisor.  If I wish to direct an assignment (or escalation, communication, ....), I can define a new relationship in the Database Configuration Application.  On the WORKORDER object, I can enter a new relationship called WOSUPVBOSS with a child object of PERSON.  The clause would be something like "personid = :supervisor".  The I can define the role using referential notation (WOSUPVBOSS.supervisor).

    It can seem confusing, but once you get a handle on it, it is really powerful!

    Here's a good starting point:  http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/tivihelp/v49r1/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.mam.doc%2Fwelcome.html

    Also here: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21508596

    Good luck, Brian