Hi all

Now i have a automatic process in our project then the customer want to configure the amount of time that process can start. i intend to use global variable but i don't know how to put it on that element.

Anyone know, please help

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asked 04.08.2016 at 10:20

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edited 04.08.2016 at 10:23


You can write your own custom StartEventBean. Just copy the code of the existing bean ('ch.ivyteam.ivy.process.eventstart.beans.AutoProcessStarterEventBean') into a new JavaClass in your project src directory. Choose a good name for the class and adjust the content for your needs.

The adjustment should be simple: just put an Ivy.var.get("xyz") call at the right position and it should work.

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answered 08.08.2016 at 09:43

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hi. thanks for you feedback i just have one concern if ivy change something in default imp of AutoProcessStarterEventBean, then we lost for custom java class :( as well, which ivy lib i can find imp of AutoProcessStarterEventBean?

(08.08.2016 at 11:26) trungdv trungdv's gravatar image

I don't understand the concern. The AutoProcessStarterEventBean is just a sample implementation of an IProcessStartEventBean. It's designed to be a adapted for your personal needs. But of course you should then also change the name and package of the bean.

To finde the source: You can simply open the default implementation with the Type Finder (Ctrl+T). The source will be displayed right in your Designer.

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