I am involved in a migration project from TW6.0 to IBPM 8.0 and I am facing issues with the coaches.
In TW6.0, coach_designer.xsl has been completely customized and a block of xml part of coach_designed.xsl been referenced in the coaches CSS override property.
When the migration happend, this reference is giving errors in IBPM 8.0 and we have no clue about it.
Could anybody please help me out on this.
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Updated on 2012-10-10T15:12:12Z at 2012-10-10T15:12:12Z by SystemAdmin
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Re: Coach_designer.xsl override in TW6.0 and IBPM 8.02012-10-08T21:45:21ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi there,
From your post it isn't really clear what the issue may be. Some thoughts though ...
In v8, the Coach system was 100% replaced to no longer use XSL transformations. The pre-V8 coach technology is still present for backwards compatibility and is termed "heritage coaches". Make sure you aren't mixing apples and oranges.
If you use the IBM "vanilla" XSL style sheet, does something appear?
Re: Coach_designer.xsl override in TW6.0 and IBPM 8.02012-10-10T06:08:32ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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Let me put the query clearley.
We have application running on TW6.o and here coachdesigner.xsl file is overriden. In few of the coaches reference of xsl used in CSS override propery.
Now this application had been installed on IBPM8.0 as process application. The reference of xsl used in CSS override property is giving error and coaches are not displaying expcected sections.
Now the question is how to use same old 6.0 xsl files in IBPM 8.0
Re: Coach_designer.xsl override in TW6.0 and IBPM 8.02012-10-10T15:12:12ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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For a given process app you can change the default XSLT as well as the Default CSS in the "Process App Settings" UI. In 8.0 the entries are under "Heritage Coach Designer Settings".
Note this does not change the XSLT globally, but that is a good thing since it allows you to have a OOTB Process App to determine if a coach bug is due to your changes or a product bug.
Andrew Paier | Director of Special Operations | BP3 Global, Inc. www.bp-3.com