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Removing a task on Deadline

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19-12-2008

Hey there,



I have a task I've set a deadline set on to follow a certain route. When it deadlines, I want the task to be removed from the user's queue. Right now, it follows the route just fine, but leaves a deadlined task in the queue - I'd really like the task to disappear from the queue entirely.



How would I do this?

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19-12-2008

It doesn't leave a task in the user's queue. It's just a notification.



When you click on it , it just goes away.



I'm assuming you don'y want to see the notification right?



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19-12-2008

Yup. I've got some notifications that I send to people's queues for various things and my users are never closing them. So I want to auto-cleanup.

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29-12-2008

Try not setting a deadline, but attaching an event to the assign to user step, then have a separate timer step followed by an event throw. There is a sample of a very similar scenario. It uses two timer steps instead of an assign to user.