Skip Headers
Oracle® Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Oracle Business Process Management
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

Part Number E15175-02
Go to Documentation Home
Go to Book List
Book List
Go to Table of Contents
Go to Index
Go to Master Index
Master Index
Go to Feedback page
Contact Us

Go to previous page
Go to next page
View PDF

13 Performing Administration in Process Spaces

This chapter discusses what you need to know as an administrator of Process Spaces.

This chapter contains these topics:

13.1 Understanding Roles and Permissions in Process Spaces

Both Oracle WebCenter and Oracle Business Process Management Process Spaces use an identity store, each with a different set of application roles. Process Spaces group spaces come with default WebCenter roles—for example: moderator, participant viewer, and public user. However, an administrator can create more roles and provide appropriate permissions to them.

For more information about creating roles and providing permissions, see Oracle Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Oracle WebCenter.

13.2 Understanding Task Flows in Process Spaces

Table 13-1 lists the task flows and their parameters.

Table 13-1 Task Flows and Parameters

Task Flow Parameter Description

Available processes

View ID


Task list

Wf Ctx ID


Locale Source


View Filter


Locale Source


Task Types Filter List


Show Views Panel


Sort Order


Show Task Details Panel


Show Assignment Filter


Assignment Filter


Show Action Dropdown


Federated Servers


Sort Column


Attributes Filter List


Refresh URL


Attributes Filter Operator


Display Columns List


Federated Mode


Show Server Column


Show View Filter


Show Search Control


Show Status Filter


Process Instance List

View ID

Identifier of the view that was rendered by default by the Process Instance list. If this value is not specified, the Inbox view is used. This parameter can refer to any default view—for example, the History view—or any custom view the user creates


Widget ID

Identifier of the widget, either default or custom. IDs are handled by the Metrics API. If you specify a certain Widget ID as a parameter, that widget is rendered by the taskflow. If you do not specify any value here, a list with all available widgets is displayed on top. The user can then select the widget and also switch among all available widgets.

Audit Trail

Instance ID

Process instance ID


Instance ID

Process instance ID

Process Catalog

Composer URL

URL of the composer application

Process Calendar

Show Expiration Date

Show expiration dates for the tasks assigned to the user in the calendar.

Process Instance ID

Process instance ID.If not passed the events are shown across process instances.

Show Activity Start Date

Show activity start dates in the calendar.

Show Activity End date

Show activity end dates in the calendar.

Show Assigned Date

Show task assigned dates for the user in the calendar.

Show Due Date

Show task due dates assigned to the user in the calendar.


To add a task flow to the resource catalog, follow the instructions in Oracle Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Oracle WebCenter.

13.3 Editing Pages in Process Spaces

When Process Spaces is installed, the page composer's catalog is modified to include the following folders:

While there are no restrictions about using these taskflows, they are grouped based on the group spaces to which they belong. However when a custom group space is created, you can mix and match the taskflow.

For taskflows to function correctly, you must pass the appropriate parameters to them. For configuring taskflow parameters, see the Oracle WebCenter documentation

For information about each taskflow, see Section 13.2, "Understanding Task Flows in Process Spaces"

You edit a page just as you would any other group space page. For more information, see Oracle Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Oracle WebCenter.

Each group space has a settings page for administering the group space. Process Workspace settings are configured to enable self-subscription for users. You can change these settings as needed. The rest of the default group space settings are similar to any other group space.

13.4 Configuring a Group Space in Process Spaces

For information about configuring a group space, see Section 13.3, "Editing Pages in Process Spaces".