Timesheet process never starts if Input Code is included in the auto-start condition
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CA PPM SAAS BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT:ODBPM
CA PPM BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT:PPMBPM
A process, created on Timesheet, never starts if Input Code is included in the auto-start condition.
Steps to Reproduce:
Create a new process 'myprocess'.
Choose the Timesheet object as the primary object for the process.
Choose Auto-Start for the Start Option and start the process on the update event.
In the Start condition include the Input Code. Example: ( ( ( Timesheet Status = 'Submitted' ) and ( Timesheet Status [Previous Value] != 'Submitted' ) ) and any( ( Timeentry (Subobject) Type Code ID != 'Billable' ) ) ).
Steps: From Start step Then Go To the Finish step.
On the Validation tab click "Validate All and Activate".
Go Home -> Personal: Timesheet.
Find a Resource with Timesheet Status = Open.
Enter time and Select a Type Code 'non billable' (different from 'billable' ).
Submit for Approval.
Check Initiated Processes (filter by 'myprocess').
The process should be trigger when Type Code is part of the Start Condition.
The process is not trigger when Type Code is part of the Start Condition.
CA PPM 14.3.
Due to defect CLRT-79997 or DE29620.
The issue has been fixed in CA PPM 15.3 release.
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