Setting a task assignment in a Dialog Workflow component
You should assign any tasks that you create with the ProcessManagerTaskSource. This assignment is not true of tasks that were created with the DefaultTaskSource, because those tasks are available only through an email, and the email is sent only to the person who needs to perform the task. With ProcessManagerTaskSource, however, the task is created generically in the Process Manager portal without any specific assignment.
You have four options while you configure an assignment.
Table: Description assignment options
Lets you provide a constant value for the assignment. If you use a constant value, make sure that it is an accurate value which authenticates. For example, if you use the ProcessManagerTaskSource, your constant value must match a registered user in Process Manager. If you use the constant value "firstname.lastname@example.org", then that value must also identify a user in Process Manager.
Lets you choose from a list of users in your task source target. For example, if your task source target is Process Manager, the From List option lets you choose from a list of Process Manager users. This list is dynamically populated from the list of registered users in Process Manager.
If you use another task source target such as SharePoint, the user list is populated from that source.
Lets you search from a list of users from your task source target. This option is helpful if your task source target contains many users.
Lets you use a process variable for the assignment.
To set a task assignment in a Dialog Workflow component
In an open process, open the Dialog Workflow component editor.
Double-click the component to open its editor.
On the Assignments tab, under Task Assignments, to the right of the applicable Assignments box, click the ... symbol.
Add an assignment from one of the available sources, and then click OK.
(Optional) Add more assignments.
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