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WSHT Task Property Name (case-sensitive)
Available if task activation was deferred
Available if the task has a complete-by time
The functions current-date(), current-time() and current-dateTime() can be used with date type columns. For example, Task.CreatedOn < current-date() filters all tasks created before today.
Last escalated time (available if the task was escalated)
Available if the task has an expiration time. See comment for Task.CreatedOn.
Task ID, such as urn:b4p:3.
Task is defined as “can be skipped”
Last modified time.
Local name of task (not the presentation name)
Current owner of the task
Note that this is not a WS-HT property. It is an Informatica Business Process Manager property. The process ID of the BPEL process that contains the people activity
Task presentation subject
When using an Oracle database, you may get the following error: value too large for column "AEB4PTASK.SUMMARY". While it may appear that you have not exceeded the length limit, Oracle will be storing non-standard characters and these characters use more storage than the column can handle. You can fix this problem by setting the character set to AL16UTF16. However, you would need to take the database offline to make the change. as an alternative, you could use the following command:
ALTER TABLE AeB4pTask MODIFY Summary VARCHAR2 (254 char).
Primary search by value
Task priority. Zero is the highest priority. Higher numbers are lower priorities.
Available if the task has a start-by time
Task status such as CREATED, READY, RESERVED, IN_PROGRESS, COMPLETED, FAILED, ERROR, OBSOLETE
Identifies task or notification. The values are TASK or NOTIFICATION.
Updated December 05, 2022