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  1. Kogito
  2. KOGITO-3528

Erase of WID 'nodes' types

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Resolved (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Critical
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: BPMN Editor
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    • Sprint:
      2020 Week 46-48 (from Nov 9), 2021 Week 07-09 (from Feb 15), 2021 Week 10-12 (from Mar 8), 2021 Week 13-15 (from Mar 29)

      Description

      If you open a BPMN diagram that has wid info without a wid file, as soon as I save it, the marshaller erase that info, treating as regular nodes

      It should be also possible to see a custom task name,input, output without needing the wid file (probably we should display this in read only mode

       

      In case auto-save is enabled, the type is erased permanenty.

       

      Acceptance criteria:

      Actual

      • When opening a BPMN process without the related WID file:
        • Custom Tasks are converted to None Tasks
        • Custom Task properties are not accessible from Properties Panel
        • On save/auto-save the properties defined for the Custom Task are lost.

      Expected

      • When opening a BPMN process without the related WID file:
        • Custom Tasks shall remain as Custom Tasks
        • Custom Task Properties shall be accessible from Properties Panel
        • On save/auto-save(VSCode) the properties defined for the Custom Task shall be preserved even if edited.
        • Custom Tasks shall be presented with the default icon
        • It shall be possible to cut/copy and paste Custom tasks
        • Only the Milestone Custom Task shall be available from the Pallete
      • The process is reopened with the proper WID file and the icon files exist:
        • the correspondent icons shall be displayed in on the Custom Tasks
        • In addition to Milestone all the Custom Tasks defined in the WID file shall be available from the Pallete
        • Custom Task Properties shall be accessible from Properties Panel
        • On save/auto-save the properties defined for the Custom Task shall be preserved even if edited.

       

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        1. process.bpmn
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        2. Test.bpmn
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              Assignee:
              handreyrc Handrey Cunha
              Reporter:
              ederign Eder Ignatowicz
              Tester:
              Dominik Hanak Dominik Hanak
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