Bundles Tasks which particular worker will be in charge of. In principle, a single user handles Tasks in a Swimlane. The Operator is set using the information of Organization and Role and the relationship with the Operator of other Swimlanes.
- Multiple rules for defining Operators (candidates to be offered) can be specified
- Users who are in charge of processes on other swimlanes can be excluded as processors
- Different users can be assigned to be in charge of different processes
- The maximum number of target Users to be the Operator (candidate) is 1000
- If the number of target Users who are candidates for processing exceeds the upper limit, the Task will not be Offered/Allocated to anyone and will be an error Task
- R2012: Limits on the Business Process Definition
- Your first step of Questetra BPM Suite / Chpt.2: Creating Simple App
- M209: Nomination by Organization and by Role
- M210: Designation of Downstream Operator in Upstream Step
- M211: Cancelling Continuous Handling for the First Operator
- What is the Difference between Normal Swimlane and Team Swimlane?
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