We use our own task list with an Ivy project to display more information and better search possibilities than the default. This works very good.

The problem we have is at task ends. Ivy jumps by default back to the Ivy task list, but for sure want to see our task list. How can we configure Ivy to do that?

asked 10.12.2010 at 03:37

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With ivy 4.3 and higher: On the server you can define the default processes (for end page after task end etc.) in the default settings of each application, see server doku and the following screenshot: Applicaiton Settings How the process starts of this default processes have to look like you can see in the server doku too.

To use this processes in the designer too you have to make a small helper process with the following script which also sets the default processes to the designer application (must be executed after each designer restart):

import ch.ivyteam.ivy.workflow.StandardProcessType;
String defaultProcessLibraryName = "ch.ivyteam.ivy.project.wf:JsfWorkflowUi"; // use library name of your project with the default (start) processes
ivy.wf.setStandardProcessImplementationLibrary(StandardProcessType.DEFAULT_PAGES_PROCESS_TYPES, defaultProcessLibraryName);

Note: With ivy 6, the format of the library name has changed. E.g. before 6.x it's "JsfWorkflowUi", after 6.x it's "ch.ivyteam.ivy.project.wf:JsfWorkflowUi".


answered 25.08.2014 at 12:08

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edited 13.01.2016 at 15:29

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We have this setup too. What we use is a task end page or End Page elements (instead of the normal end elements) with a link to our task list with ivy.startref(../Modell/Prozess/Prozessstart.ivp). For sure you can use redirects too.


answered 10.12.2010 at 05:58

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Ich habe in der Zwischenzeit eine geeignete Stelle gefunden: ivyGrid/wfjsp/index.jsp:

String panelUri = pageId + ".jsp";

// redirect zur individuellen Aufgabenliste
if ("worklist".equals(pageId)) {

answered 11.01.2011 at 05:00

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