my human service which i design it is consists of two main components:
1. System components and Coach component.
And i want to ask about this issue:
My human service should work in two options:
Either only with system component without need the coach component
Either with coach component.
And I need when my human service should work with case 1 (only run system component) to start it automatically without user interference. could this be applicable using timer event? and if not applicable how could I achieve what i need note that i am working on BPM V8.0.1
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Updated on 2012-12-11T18:40:01Z at 2012-12-11T18:40:01Z by SystemAdmin
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Re: Start Human service automatically2012-12-05T07:37:17ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hello,
What I understand is that you want your human service to start automatically (i.e. to be executed by the admin user) when there is only system components. I am not sure how you create your human service, but why don't you split the work. What I mean is to make two services. One, that is a human service, containing the human coach, and one that is a general service, containing only the system logic. After that, you put the human coach in the corresponding lane, and the general service - in the system lane. Now the general service will be executed by the admin user. If you need to determine which service to be executed dynamically, you could put a decision gateway before them, to navigate the flow.
I hope this helps.
Re: Start Human service automatically2012-12-06T07:33:10ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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Re: Start Human service automatically2012-12-11T18:40:01ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- SystemAdmin 110000D4XK
Alternatively you could refactor your current implementation to be a system service that outputs "No coach needed" or "Yes, please route to coach X" and then call it. By examining the output you could then create the correct task for the right person if a UI is required.
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