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  1. Red Hat Process Automation Manager
  2. RHPAM-3606

Stunner - Unkown Custom tasks in Designer makes Diagram Explorer empty

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      1. Create a Case project.
      2. Navigate to project's settings and Install ServiceTask and JMSSendTask and save the changes.
      3. Create a Case definition in the project with ServiceTask and JMSSendTask. Save the changes and close the Case.
      4. Navigate to project's settings and Uninstall ServiceTask and JMSSendTask and save the changes.
      5. Open the Case and click on "Explore Diagram".

      Actual result

      Explorer doesn't contain any nodes.

      Expected result

      Explorer contains all nodes placed on Canvas.

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      Create a Case project. Navigate to project's settings and Install ServiceTask and JMSSendTask and save the changes. Create a Case definition in the project with ServiceTask and JMSSendTask. Save the changes and close the Case. Navigate to project's settings and Uninstall ServiceTask and JMSSendTask and save the changes. Open the Case and click on "Explore Diagram". Actual result Explorer doesn't contain any nodes. Expected result Explorer contains all nodes placed on Canvas.
    • Workaround Exists
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      If you want to use "Explore Diagram", either remove ServiceTask and JMSSendTask tasks from canvas or install appropriate work item definitions.

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      If you want to use "Explore Diagram", either remove ServiceTask and JMSSendTask tasks from canvas or install appropriate work item definitions.
    • Release Notes
    • 2021 Week 16-18 (from Apr 19), 2021 Week 19-21 (from May 10), 2021 Week 22-24 (from May 31)

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      Summary
      Unknown Custom tasks in BPMN Designer makes Diagram Explorer empty.

      In Business central you can uninstall the custom task to reproduce or import a process with custom task that is not installed.

      In Standalone editors:

      • you can remove the WID for the custom task and upon reopenning the diagram explorer will begone.
      • open BPMN file that has Custom tasks and there is no WID present in workspace at expected places.

      Workaround is to use known custom tasks. Known by editor. (There is a WID or it is installed in BC project).
      Issue is also fixed when you delete the unknown custom task from designer.

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              josephblt Wagner Lemos
              lterifaj@redhat.com Lubomir Terifaj
              Dominik Hanak Dominik Hanak
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