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EPM-set-task-result-to-property on a Release_status_list

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hi everybody,

 

since I know this handler, it's really helpful to a lot of case in my company.

 

Now, I have a question for all of you specialist.

 

I would work on status! If it's status 60, you go to the way 1, if it's another status you go to the way 2!

 

I need really to write all status into the way 2?

 

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Thank you

PLM Technical IT
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Re: EPM-set-task-result-to-property on a Release_status_list

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I think you should write a query that returns item revisions with the release status of 60, then switch to EPM-set-condition in your condition task and use your new query to determine if the target item revision has a status of 60 or not. In this way you'll have a simple branch in your workflow where IRs with status 60 take one path and IRs with any other status take another.

Arden Bedell | Teamcenter Wonk | Applied CAx, LLC

Re: EPM-set-task-result-to-property on a Release_status_list

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Yes you're right!

 

I think, I need to work with this kind of queries.


Thank you for your answer

PLM Technical IT