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How to transport Task Attachments via Process Events?

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06-08-2009

Hello

We are currently working on a process, where a user adds several attachments to a task. Then the process throws an event at some point. This event invokes a second process, where the data including the attachments of the first process have to be available again.

Does anyone know how to transport the task attachments from process 1 to process 2?

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Ok.

But I believe if  you use sub-processes, the users won't be able to track the steps in the sub-process.

Just to let you know.

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Hi Jasmin

Thanks for answering. The customer's requirement is to separate two processes in order to avoid participants of the first process to track the steps in the second process. That's why we decided to use events.

In the meantime we succeeded to handle attachments. We save them on the file system and then load them back into the second process.

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Why don't you just use a sub process call?

Do you need to use events?

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