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How to know workflow was started as a business process

asked on January 12

Not sure how to 100% know a workflow was started as a business process. It would still have a starting entry. Initiator is filled even if you trigger a condition. The business process variables are populated even when it is not started as a business process.

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replied on January 12

For some reason Laserfiche chose to hide that one. I usually just make an assign token values at the top and cast it so it is available in my workflows where I need it.

 

https://www.laserfiche.com/support/webhelp/Laserfiche/10/en-US/administration/#../Subsystems/LFWorkflow/Content/Resources/Activities/Activity%20Tokens/List%20of%20Tokens.htm?Highlight=rulename

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replied on January 12

Take a look at the rulename token.

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replied on January 12

These are the only global tokens I see in the list. Tried to find a rule name.

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replied on January 12

For some reason Laserfiche chose to hide that one. I usually just make an assign token values at the top and cast it so it is available in my workflows where I need it.

 

https://www.laserfiche.com/support/webhelp/Laserfiche/10/en-US/administration/#../Subsystems/LFWorkflow/Content/Resources/Activities/Activity%20Tokens/List%20of%20Tokens.htm?Highlight=rulename

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replied on January 13

I am getting a warning when trying to use this. It says the Token 'RuleName' cannot be resolved in item 'Rule Name'. Although it might be hidden, it does need to be able to be resolved by workflow right? I copied the syntax right out of that article.

There is also a Red Underscore beneath the syntax

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replied on January 13

Correct. It always gives a warning which is annoying but it will resolve when ran.

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replied on January 13

Ok cool. Then I will try it! Thanks!

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