Flex + Livecycle + states, without workspace

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01-12-2008

Hi All,



I'm beginning with livecycle Workbench.

I need develope a process in Workbench, but the customer does not want to use the workspace.

There are 3 flex application that they will send data to process management. The Flex application, is outside workspace.



In the process I must have states that hope that the Flex application causes that they follow.



Please, How Can I do it?

How my Flex App talk with the process management (outside Workspace)?

How I would have design the tasks in the workbench?

(I'm beginning)

Thanks very much



María.

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Hi,



I did manage to invoke the long-live process on the livecycle and get back the invokation ID (the long string). How do I get the actual process ID? (the short number)

Thanks in advance



J.

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27-03-2009

Jan,



If you are referring to the process ID, it is not exposed in the API.



Process management is hung together through many tables. If you go looking at the tables in the 'adobe' schema you can piece together the relationship between invocation ids, task ids, process ids, etc.



In the case of the jobId that is defined in the ActionScript API, the equivalent value will surface in numerous tables, including the column long_lived_invocation_id in the table adobe.tb_process_instance and the column public_id in the table adobe.tb_job_instance.



So if you really had to you could use the JDBC Service and build a query to find what you are looking for.



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Hi Steve,



thanks a lot once again. You helped me a lot with this.

Best,



Jan