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How to change the value of the dataslot in OEBPM?


TitleHow to change the value of the dataslot in OEBPM?
URL NameHow-to-change-the-value-of-the-dataslot-in-OEBPM
Article Number000181325
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 11.6.x
OS: Windows
Other: OE BPM
Question/Problem Description
How to change the value of the dataslot in OEBPM?
What is the syntax to enter a javascript or java code in Advanced properties > "On Overdue" for a dataslot?

Steps to Reproduce
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The "Script" tab works with Java JSTools (jst) API to update dataslot values. 

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JSTools has a set of methods which takes the dataslot name as String & its value as Object. 

The custom script gets executed on task's overdue. 

References to Other Documentation:

For further APIs in the JSTools, please refer to the JavaDoc available at <DLC>/oebpm/server/docs/api/BPServerAPI/index.html
​(Search for "JSTools" class and click on the link in the left panel). 
Last Modified Date4/5/2017 10:24 PM
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