Is it possible to make a task visible to a specified ROLE but only one user can Run it ?

illustration : i want to assign a task to a user in a specific department, but i also want all the users in that department to be able to see the task and track it, but they cannot work on it.

a work-around i came up with is to assign the task to the whole department, but hide the "run" button based on a custom field value in the task. also I added another layer of authentication when the task starts in order to increase security.(see the diagram ) alt text

is this work-around secure ?

is there a general solution for this issue ?

i am using v 7.0.2

asked 21.01.2019 at 03:20

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Mohammed Sha...
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edited 21.01.2019 at 09:10

your workaround is not secure. it is never secure if you just hide some in the user interface. the responsible role/user can see and can run the task.

but if someone takes the task no other can take the same task, this is the default behavior of the engine.

(21.01.2019 at 05:13) Alex Suter ♦♦ Alex%20Suter's gravatar image

Hi @Alex, thanks for your contribution, can you suggest a proper work-around for this issue ?

(21.01.2019 at 05:21) Mohammed Sha... Mohammed%20Shabana's gravatar image

i think you could modify your task list and query also tasks which are in state resumed. which workflow ui do you use? jsf workflowui, portal or a custom one?

(21.01.2019 at 05:26) Alex Suter ♦♦ Alex%20Suter's gravatar image

@Alex i use a custom jsfworkflowui, i have modified the task list query, but eventually the users can only see the tasks that are part of their responsibility (assigned to a role they have or assigned to them directly ).

(21.01.2019 at 05:36) Mohammed Sha... Mohammed%20Shabana's gravatar image
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