the behaviour you see is the correct behaviouer. If you have a pooled actors assignment, it only shows up in the group list for that user if the user is in one of the groups or its actor id is in the pooled actors list. Once the task is ALSO assigned an actor-id, it ONLY shows up in the individual list. making that actor-id null puts makes it visible in the group list again
If you have a pooled actors assignment, it only shows up in the group list for that user if the user is in one of the groups
Ok, so as I understand it, if the user I log in with is one of members of the group at wich the task has been assigned, the task should appear when you press "Personal/Group tasks" in JBPM console, shouldn't it?
I mean, as the button is "Personal/Group Tasks", should appear the tasks assigned to the user's group.
The problem is that this doesn't occur, I just have the tasks the user has started.
As I have understood from your reply, kukeltje, there should also appear the groups tasks, but they don't, and I don't know why.
If you need my code I can paste it but I think it is ok, the process works perfectly, just this little bad assignment.
Sorry for being so repetitive, but I need to understand ok this tag for a demonstration I have to do.
Thanks for your reply!
could be that this is an issue in the console (still) since that was modified not to see *all* tasks of *all* users. Might be that this introduced an error in the group task thing.
Please check if it works with a unit test, without the webconsole. Remember that you have to pass the groupnames the user belongs to to the method getPooledTaskinstances(...). You cannot pass in the groupname (afaik)