Worklists

Worklists serve the purpose of structuring the activities waiting to be processed interactively. A worklist is a collection of non-terminated activity instances being able to be completed by a certain user or participant. An activity instance as part of a worklist is also referred to as worklist item.

Participant/User Worklist

A participant/user worklist contains all activity instances from the audit trail, which

Worklists in the Stardust Workflow Execution Perspective can be restricted in size and paged by various filters.

From the point of view of embedded programming the worklist concept is much broader. You can assemble and sort the worklists based on a rich query language and nearly arbitrary predicates including filtering by workflow data. Please refer to the Programming Guide for more details.

Worklist Views

In worklist views, worklist items that meet the criteria defined for that worklist view, e.g. filter criteria like starting date, end date or activity name, are displayed in a list.

Stardust provides worklist views in the Stardust Portal. Please refer to chapter Viewing Worklists of the Stardust Portal documentation for details.

Cumulated Worklist

A cumulated worklist of a user is the union

Note that worklists span worklist items from multiple process instances and multiple models.

Worklists in the Stardust Workflow Execution Perspective can be restricted in size and paged by various filters.

From the point of view of embedded programming the worklist concept is much broader. You can assemble and sort the worklists based on a rich query language and nearly arbitrary predicates including filtering by workflow data.

Please refer to the Programming Guide for more details.

Scoped Worklist Items

The target department of a worklist item is stored upon creation, if the activity instance is interactive and the default participant of the activity is scoped. Only users having the grant for the department are able to see the worklist items and perform the actions associated with the scoped participant for the according department.

Please refer to the chapter Scoped Participants for details on the concept of scoped participants.