You can use the following operators in the whereClause:
The following examples show various
syntax. Note that the Booleans
For a complete list of task column names, task types, generic human roles and other WS-HT specifications, you can work with the Informatica Business Process Manager SDK.
The following example shows a sample
using a standard WS-HT task property name.
<htdt:whereClause>Task.Name = 'ApproveLoan'</htdtwhereClause>
The following example combines filter properties:
Task.Priority < 3 and Task.Owner = ‘loanrep1'
The following example also combines filter properties.
Task.PaProcessId = 10
and(Task.Escalated = true
or Task.Priority = 0)
Using Presentation Parameters (Custom Task Properties)
The following example shows using presentation parameters:
Task.Name = ‘LoanApproval'
and loanAmount > 10000
and zipCode = '06484'