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Incident Task info populating from Incidents

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I'm new to 9.40.

I know in 9.40 (as in 7.11) I can use the link record screlate.incidents.problem to pass values from one field to another from in interaction to an incident.

Where can I do this from an incident to an incident task?  There is no link called screlate.problem.imTask or screlated.probsummary.imTask.  I am assuming there is something on the imTask workflow in Process Designer that passes these values but I am having a hard time finding it.

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Re: Incident Task info populating from Incidents

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In case anyone else needs to know, the link record for copying Incident info into the Task is called IMscrelate.incident.task

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Re: Incident Task info populating from Incidents

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Hi

I don't have the exact answer for you on this one, but I'd suggest running a debug trace for the operation of relating an incident to a new incident task and then search the debug log for an "screlate" process execution.  

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Matt

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In case anyone else needs to know, the link record for copying Incident info into the Task is called IMscrelate.incident.task

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