Hi Ivy Team

According to the published document, the User Task is specified

The User Task element calls a User Dialog in a new Task. Thus, it combines the behavior of a Task Switch Event and a User Dialog.

Given the following process:

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If I run StartTaskSwitchEvent, a new task will be created. If I run the task, the MainDialog will be opened. At this point, the TaskState of the ITask is already RESUMED.

However, if I run StartUserTask, a new task will be created. If I run the task, the MainDialog will be opened. The strange thing is, the TaskState is still SUSPENDED. Only if I exit the MainDialog and reach the next step (SecondDialog), its state is updated to RESUMED.

Could you explain this behavior?

P.S: Tested on Axon.ivy Designer 6.2.0.

asked 02.08.2016 at 12:45

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edited 02.08.2016 at 13:04


See the documentaion about the workflow states for more info.

It is designed that if you take a task from an UserTask also another user can do the same unless the task is finised. It's now more like optimisic locking. Because with the task switch we had the problem that many users just clicked on a task and then not finished it, but for the time until the session of this user ended the task was not visible to anybody.

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answered 03.08.2016 at 10:52

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edited 03.08.2016 at 11:20

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