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Unused transactions?

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Good day, everyone.

 

I am wondering, is it possible to hide buttons in request, which does not have any transactions in workflow?

Best Regards,
Ieroglif.
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To do it in automatic way, you need to implement some new logic into "RequestWFTransitionsNew.jsp", and also create new lag library definitions..

Best Regards,
Ieroglif.

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Sure you can.

 

Right click mous on a decision step, Edit source, open the validation. In the validation make the validation value disable.

 

Hope it helps.  

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Yep, it's kinda right decision.

But I wasn't clear enough, I want to do it in automatic way, without manual manipulations...

Best Regards,
Ieroglif.
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I am not sure if you can do it automatic way, beacuse, to do that  you have to interfere with the PPM tables .

Well, if you do that you might be out of support by HP.

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Cadet 2nd Class Cadet 2nd Class
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Solved!

 

To do it in automatic way, you need to implement some new logic into "RequestWFTransitionsNew.jsp", and also create new lag library definitions..

Best Regards,
Ieroglif.

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