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[Online Expert Day] Process Designer Buttons for Change Category / Change Phase

How do you add the buttons for 'Change Category' and 'Change Phase' to a new Workflow?  The buttons are available in the OOB workflows but I do not see any corresponding Ruleset. Please advise on how to add the buttons to a custom workflow.

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Hi,

Can you please elaborate on your question? Include steps or screenshots about what you want to accomplish.

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Please see the attached screenshot.  I am trying to figure out how add the 'Change Category' and 'Change Phase' buttons to my custom workflow.  Any advice is appreciated.

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This is shown when the result of this condition form the display option is true:

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I cannot see how this cannot be shown just on your customized workflow. I tested OOB created a model, then the workflow and its corresponding rulesets and finally the category and subcategory. When using my new workflow worked fine.

We will need more details to see what is wrong. If you can upload your files we can test with them and see if there is something wrong.

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I am currently on 9.34 P5 and just applied PDCP3.  My understanding is that once PDCP is applied then the Display Options are no longer used and that it must be reimplemented using Rule Sets.  But, your saying the Change Category display option is still in affect?

Can you please clarify?

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You are correct, but there actions that are also called from the do from what I can see OOB while testing.

Now, if that is not the case and you are sure this happens just with the workflows you created then please provide unloads of your configuration (workflow, categories, model, etc) needed to reproduce the behavior and we can review if there is any workflow based action or configuration affecting this.

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Since the Change Category button is visible for OOB Workflows ,there must be a Action that points to the Change Category Display Option.  Correct?  Which Action is this?

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