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RuntimeServiceGetProcess Method

Gets a process definition. Intended for web use only.

Namespace:  Advantys.Workflow.Web.Services.Processes.Runtime
Assembly:  Advantys.Workflow.Web.Services.Processes.Runtime (in Advantys.Workflow.Web.Services.Processes.Runtime.dll) Version: (
public string GetProcess(
	string processName


Type: SystemString
Name of the process to get. Can be empty if ProcessId is specified.

Return Value

Type: String
Returns the process definition as a string.
Available since WorkflowGen version: 6.2.0

Optional Parameters.

These parameters can be used in the query string or as parameters of the Headers object in the RuntimeService class instance. See example below.

ProcessId (int)Specifies the Id of the process to get. Supercedes the Process name.
ProcessVersion (int)Specifies the version of the included ProcessName to get.
ProcessStatus (string)Specifies the status of the process to get. Gets the latest version of the process with the matching status. Accepted values: string.Empty, "DEV", "TEST", "ACTIVE"
IncludeAssociatedFiles (bool)Specifies whether or not to include associated files (e.g. FORM_HTML for form designer processes). Default = true.
Sample code:
RuntimeServiceWebService.RuntimeService myRuntimeService = new RuntimeServiceWebService.RuntimeService();
RuntimeServiceWebService.GetProcessHeader myGetProcessHeader = new RuntimeServiceWebService.GetProcessHeader();
myRuntimeService.GetProcessHeaderValue = myGetProcessHeader;

myGetProcessHeader.ProcessId = processId;
myGetProcessHeader.ProcessStatus = processStatus;
myGetProcessHeader.ProcessVersion = processVersion;
myGetProcessHeader.IncludeAssociatedFiles = includeFiles;

string myProcessDefinition = myRuntimeService.GetProcess(processName);

Possible combination of parameters are as such (in order of priority): ProcessId, ProcessName and ProcessVersion, ProcessName and ProcessStatus, ProcessName. e.g. If processName and ProcessId are included. ProcessId will be used to retrieve the process.

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