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Re: [shark] How to deal with the "access level"&#12290;


Hi,

Maybe the best way would be to writte your own assignment API that would
read the participant Id, would do a callback to shark to see who is the
requester for the process, and would access your DB (or shark's UserGroup
information) to retrieve information on the manager, and to create
appropriate assignments.

Regards,
Sasa.

----- Original Message -----
From: "&#26446;&#32676;&#27427;" <qunxinli@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <shark@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2004 12:21 PM
Subject: [shark] How to deal with the "access level"&#12290;


> I have a process which means the reimbursement must audit by his manager
of the same department&#12290;
> If i use a  role named manager  as the participant ,then the manager of
all department will get the workitem.And i only want the manager of the
requester can handle this&#12290;


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