Task Assigned to a Group Not Visible If Case Agnostic Behavior is Used for the Workflow Services

(Doc ID 748469.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 28, 2009

Applies to:

Oracle(R) BPEL Process Manager - Version:
This problem can occur on any platform.
The issue can occur in SOA MLR#8 onwards (till MLR#13) or in SOA The issue is reproducible also in MR#1.


After configuring Workflow Services to be agnostic to case (this can be done using <>  How to enable Case Agnostic ( Case Insensitive ) Behavior of Workflow Services ? ) having a Bpel process with a human task which is assigned only to a group ( for example, "TestGrup" which is defined using this exact casein the Ldap provider, as the groups are not case agnostic, this is explained also in the <> ) then a user which is a member of this group cannot see the task when logging into Worklistapp.

If configuring the Workflow services to be case sensitive ( by switching in the relevant files described in <>, caseSenstivie to "true" ) then when assigning a task only to a group ( thesame "TestGrup" ) then if a user which is a member of this group logs into Worklist, this user can see the task and action upon it.


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