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Subject RE: [struts workflow extension] Workflow Violation Help
Date Fri, 21 May 2004 07:38:22 GMT
This is the reason for providing the secondary workflow mechanism...

As a single workflow allows you to define a single workflow violation path , and hence single
point of forward, you can start your own subworkflows(secondary workflows) so that the same
can be used like bookmarks/savepoints in a workflow.And this is the exact situation you are
looking for.

Install and have a look at the test application .It will help you to understand how to define
and use secondary workflows .

I am working on rearchitecting the workflow so that more flexibility is possible to define
cases like you said...
Hope I get some time to finish it ASAP.

Let me know if you need any more help..


-----Original Message-----
From: Wood, Derek (DIS Contractor) []
Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2004 6:20 PM
To: ''
Subject: [struts workflow extension] Workflow Violation Help

I have everything working using the Struts Workflow 
extension except that I am having problems with the 
workflow violation mechanism. 

I have a wizard consisting of 6 pages. The workflow 
through the entire 6 pages is assigned a single primary 
workflow value. So, I made one violation mapping to 
handle violations. 

What I want to happen is when the workflow is violated, 
I want the user to be sent back to the wizard page they 
were currently on (ie. page 4) and have a message on 
that page saying the violation. I can't seem to figure 
out how to get the user back to the page they were on ... 
given that I have only one workflow/violation defined. 

Thank you. 

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