This setting will execute the program without prompting
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Prompt for Version This option will provide the user with a list of versions of the program to select from
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NOTE The authors recommend using this option only when business needs require it This option will allow a user to run any of the versions of an application, which could affect the user s results Form Mode Application Type
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The Batch option in the Task Type area is used for tasks that launch EnterpriseOne batch applications When this option is chosen, the Interactive Information area provides the following fields: Application Enter the name of the report that you would like the task to call Version This optional field allows you to specify a specific version for the task to execute No Processing Options This option is used to execute a UBE that does not have processing options Blind Execution This selection executes the batch program without displaying its processing options Prompt for Version run at execution Allows the user to select which version of the report to
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Prompt for Values This selection prompts the users to enter processing options values for the selected report Data Selection Prompts the user to enter data selection for the report at execution time Data Selection and Values This option prompts the user with both processing options values and data selection when the task is executed
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There are several additional options in the Task Type area: URL This option can be leveraged to call a URL for a web-based application This can be useful for linking calls to third-party applications from E1 task views Folder Turn on this option to use a task as an activity or nonsoftware placeholder This will allow you to create subtasks under existing tasks This will allow you to start your task view broad (for example, Finance) and narrow it down as you drill (for example, Month End G/L reports) User Defined Code This option can be utilized for a task that launches a program that enables a user to modify UDC tables Crystal Enterprise task views This option can be utlized to define Crystal reports on
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Once you have completed your modifications of the existing task view, you can select OK This will update the task view in the table It is important to note that task views are cached For this reason, in order to guarantee that you will see the changes properly, you should log out and back in on a fat client and clear the cache for an HTML/Java application server (JAS) via the SAW (Server Administration Workbench) or Server Manager (897) applications NOTE When you change a task in such a manner, you affect all instances of the task in any task view where it resides This can often cause confusion for users who thought they were simply changing that one instance of the task If you want to find out where else your change might be seen, you can search on where a task is used
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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne: The Complete Reference
Copying a Task
At this time there is not a way to make a unique copy of a task The best alternative is to write down the information and add it as a new task
Applying Roles to a Task
Now that you understand how to create a new task view, modify existing tasks, and insert a new task, we should review how to use the concept of EnterpriseOne roles to configure the system into role-based task views The EnterpriseOne product provides the ability to add one or more roles to each task When a user launches a role-based task view, the EnterpriseOne system applies the login role to the view If the user has multiple roles defined for that user, they will be able to view the task view by any of these roles For example, a user might have two roles, DEMOROLE (the user s sign-on role) and TEST ACCNT When the user launches a role-based task view, the system displays only those tasks to which the DEMOROLE has been applied The user can apply the TEST ACCNT role to the task view The system will then display only those tasks to which the TEST ACCNT has been applied To apply roles to a task: 1 Select the task that you want to work with 2 Right-click the task and select Task Revisions 3 In the Task Revisions window, select Roles from the Form menu This will display the Task Where Used window 4 Click Find and highlight the parent of the task to which you want to apply roles and then click select 5 The Role Definition window will appear (see Figure 3-25) 6 Select the role that you want to apply to the task 7 Select Change Status from the Row menu This will change if the task is enabled for the task view 8 If you want to apply all roles to the task: a Select Enable All from the Form menu