VariablesHelper

Variables

Variables can be used in many places, e.g. in Mail Texts, ActionHandleror in the tim.properties.


Variables are always marked with ${name_of_the_variable}. System variables always have the prefix SYS.





System Variables

System variables can be used, when the context allows it. The following variables are therefore always available:


${SYS.PROCESSDEFINITION_NAME}

Returns the name belonging to the current process definition.

${SYS.PROCESSINSTANCE_NAME}

Returns the name belonging to the current process instance.

${SYS.PROCESSINSTANCE_ID}

Returns the unique ID (number) belonging to the Processinstance. Attention: No connection to YearIdGenerator

${SYS.PROCESSINSTANCE_DESCRIPTION}

Returns the description belonging to the current Processinstance

${SYS.PROCESSVARIABLELOG}

Returns a list of the used process variables.

${SYS.DOC_HISTORY}

Returns the document history of one processinstance. Contains user, time and date as well as the type of operation (create, edit, delete).

${SYS.TASK_NAME}

Returns the current taskname.

${SYS.NODE_NAME}

Returns the current activity name.

${SYS.TASK_ID}

Returns the unique ID belonging to the current task.

${SYS.NODE_ID}

Returns the unique ID belonging to the current activity.

${SYS.TASKLINK}

Returns the link to the current task.

${SYS.TASK_DESCRIPTION}

Returns the description belonging to the current task.

${SYS.CLIENT_NAME}

Returns the current clientname.

${SYS.CLIENT_ID}

Returns the unique ID belonging to the current client.

${SYS.BASELINK}

Returns the link, which is composed of Client-Profile (Application-Host + Port) and /loom-portal/.

${SYS.ROOTLINK}

Returns the link, which is composed of Client-Profile (Application-Host + Port).

${SYS.NOW}

Returns the current server time.

${SYS.SEZ}

Returns the LFT (Latest Finish Time) of the current task.

${SYS.RECIPIENT_GROUP_NAME}

Returns the group's name, which should receive this mail. (Notifications at notes)

${SYS.RECIPIENT_NAME}

Returns the user's username, which should receive this mail. (Notifications at notes)

${SYS.RECIPIENT_FIRSTNAME}

Returns the user's first name, which should receive this mail. (Notifications at notes)

${SYS.RECIPIENT_LASTNAME}

Returns the user's last name, which should receive this mail. (Notifications at notes)

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