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Datasheet "Queries - Run Processes Monitoring UQ"
The user will be able to observe all the processes and instances of the process that the user has created. This is due to the way in which the query has been configured in "Design" module. The user will be able to "Export", "See details" or "See tasks" of the instances displayed in "Result" table.
Columns are kept when changing view
When altering a user query, if view is changed, similar columns will not be automatically removed.
Show "My tasks" in customized tasks' list
"Tasks list" "User queries" design is modified, to include the option that the user is the one that determines whether his tasks should be shown or not, as well as tasks acquired by other users in "My tasks" tab.
Change of title of filters of a user query in execution time
It is possible changing the title of user filters in a user query, through a "Java" business class.
Full visualization and export of multivaluated attributes
Behavior of user queries is modified, which allows showing attributes so that they are capable of showing all values that the attribute has in different indexes.
Double click to work on a task
"Tasks list" user queries are modified, so that they have the same behavior related to the double click of a record.
Datasheet "Queries - Run Offline UQ"
The user may observe a list of records that correspond to the files that were generated with the results from the Offline query. These files may be downloaded or visualized, depending on the type. The number of files that will appear depends on the configuration within the ?Scheduler? section when the query was defined.
Datasheet "Queries - Analytical queries"
Analytical queries module is based on Cubes and Dashboards, which allow the user defining its own analysis or information scenarios.
Datasheet "Queries - Run Entities' monitoring UQ"
User may be able to see all the instances of the entity or entities that the user wants to monitor. This is due to the way in which the query has been set in "Design" module. User will be able to "Export" or "See history" of entity instances displayed in "Result" grid.
Datasheet "Queries - Run Tasks monitoring UQ"
The user will be able to watch all the tasks that he has completed. This is due to the way in which the query has been configured in "Design" module. The user will be able to "Export", "See details", "See record" or "See tasks" of the tasks shown in "Result" table.
Datasheet "Queries - Run Alteration process UQ"
Alteration process queries are a way of customizing the visualization of the processes? instances whose entity has an associated alteration process, therefore, its instances can be altered. Eventually, the queries that are created should be associated to the corresponding alteration process.
Datasheet "Queries - Run Cancellation process UQ"
Cancellation process queries are executed in a similar way to the queries of type Alteration process. After associating a query of type Cancellation process to a cancellation process, when starting that process the instances of the entity which will be cancelled will be seen in the way that the query was configured.
Datasheet "Queries - Run Entity UQ"
The user will only be able to work with those entity instances that he has created. Yhis is due to the way in which the query has been configured. When creating the query, the columns that will be shown in "Result" table will be shown, therefore, the number of columns may vary. This will depend on the user requirements.
Datasheet "Queries - Run Tasks' list UQ"
This type of query is a customization of Apia's task list. Therefore, the created queries will be placed on the menu, inside Tasks' list folder.
Datasheet "Queries - Running Modal UQ"
This type of queries can only be executed from a form. Modal queries, generated through User queries, are created to be associated to form fields. The aim of this type of query is to select a valid value for the form field to which it is associated.