On Mobile Application, I can only view " My Task" . Can it be configure to view "My Group Task" also?
Taking a second look at this I just realized that you want it for My tasks in the self service section of Mobile apps.
Either if all my previous post on it are valid, CA don't have put the option to change filter in that section and therefore you will not be able to switch to "My group"
Will not make much sense either as that part is more for employee/manager and by default they can only work on task assign directly to them.
You may want to submit an idea and have people vote for it if you think this may be useful for you or others..
Unfortunately this type of query are not supported per CA documentation.
I hope everyone can request for it in the community as this is seriously degrading the adoption from analyst.
However as a workaround, if you only have limited needs for specific group, you can create a stored queries with hardcoded group and those will be usable in the mobile app.
(group=U\'F10716727A230E4FA6A93653232B23AC\' OR group=U\'15F076C16218C845BC2918F226CCC3D9\') AND active = 1
Not nice if you need to maintain for too much group or users change group frequently but can help until CA come to better approach on those.
Hope this help
The hardcoded group stored query that you mention is for Work flow task?
In fact the same principle will apply to all object.
You of course need to know the name and data type of the corresponding attributes.
You can check that quickly using the bop_sinfo command
In your case assuming you look for the change classic workflow task, the bop_sinfo -da wf |findstr group will return the below and therefore my previous example will work.
Note that I use the findstr pipe to limit to group in the purpose of this example.Just take it out tro retrieve all the attributes
usage: bop_sinfo [-s server] [-fdplqtma] factory_name
s Domsrvr to ask f = show factory d = show dob
p = show producer l = show list (domset) q = show SQL
t = show triggers m = show methods a = show attribute details
To complete my answer. you also need to know the UUID of the group you want to put there.You can retrieve that with command line using pdm_extract as shown below:
Usage: E:\PROGRA~1/CA/SERVIC~1\bin\rgen or pdm_extract
[ -h (help) ]
[ -f (format string) ]
[ -c (CSV output) ]
[ -e (CSV output with double double quotes) ]
[ -r (informal report output) ]
[ -v (verbose) ]
[ -s (saved_script) ]
[ -u (no headers) ]
[ -d (use dataent.fmt) ]
[ -x (locale sensitive numeric formats) ]
[ -X (extract all tables except table list) ]
[ -B (do not include UTF-8 Byte Order Mark (BOM) (set by NX_ADD_UTF8_BYTE_ORDER_MARK )) ]
[ -C (convert output to named charset or 'DEFAULT' to use default charset) ]
ALL | database table names ....
Another easy way is to refer the group with their name but either if more pratical this is consuming more processing time and need to be avoided when possible.
This will look like below:
(group.last_name='mygroup1' OR group.last_name='mygroup2') AND active = 1
Thanks for your explanation.
Retrieving data ...