Starts a Process when the time in a record’s datetime field has passed in a kintone App. It is possible to specify “Created datetime” or “Updated datetime” as the datetime field.
C1: Authorization Setting in which API Token is set *
C2: Basic Auth Setting (required if enabled on Kintone)
C3: Domain (such as xxxxx.kintone.com or xxxxx.cybozu.com) *
C4: Guest Space ID (required if the App is in a Guest Space)
C5: App ID *
C6: Field Code of Datetime Field to be checked *
C7: Search Query
C8: Data item to save Record ID *
C9: Data item to save Datetime data
To get the API Token, open the App Settings on Kintone and click “API Token” in the App Settings tab.
Click “Generate”, select the Permissions (“View records” permission is required), and click “Save”.
Do not forget to click “Update App” to apply the update.
Guest Space ID (only when the Kintone App is in a guest space) and App ID can be confirmed in the API Token settings on Kintone.
Questetra BPM Suite will periodically poll the Kintone App to check the records. If the App has any records whose data matches the search query and whose datetime data in the specified field has now passed, the process will be started.
Supported field types are: Date and time, Created datetime and Updated datetime. If you specify the field code of Created datetime, processes will be started for newly created records. If you specify the field code of Updated datetime, processes will be started for newly modified records.
See the Kintone Reference for the operators and functions that can be used in the search query. Query options (order by, limit, offset) are not supported.
A Process will not be started on the first check; only the check will be done. You can confirm the check status from the “Process Log”.
If the App has a large number of records whose datetime data has passed in a short period of time, the processes may not be started for all records. Approx. 90 processes every 15 minutes.