JR43894: AFTER DUE DATE TIMER THROWS ERROR ON EXTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION TASKS
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Closed as program error.
The customer is has attached an after due date timer to a task with an external implementation. When trying to run the task an error appears with the following message "The event is not attached to a task service. You can not use due date for setting timer."
L3 suggested the following work around: This involves setting a timer to trigger using "after start of step". This trigger would need to be the sum of what was set previously via the tasks "Due in" and the timers "Before/After Difference". A screen shot is provided on ecurep under support_files. For example, if the task was due in 1 minute, and an 'After Due Date' timer is set with a 1 minute 'Before/After Difference' then the new timer should use an 'After Start of Step' value of 2 minutes.
When a BPD is modeled by using the process designer and the BPD contains a timer event which is attached to a task with an external implementation AND the timer event is configured to be triggered after the due date of the task then an error message is displayed when an instance of the BPD is started. The error message is "The event is not attached to a task service. You can not use due date for setting timer". This error is resolved with this fix.
Problem fixed iFix available on top of V751 GA
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