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Looking for a sample of GEL script to change the status of a Timesheet Action Item sent to a PM.

  • 1.  Looking for a sample of GEL script to change the status of a Timesheet Action Item sent to a PM.

    Posted 07-24-2015 12:00 PM

    Looking for a sample of a GEL script which can be used in a timesheet process to change the status of an action item sent to a PM or to only send action items to selected PMs. Our current process will send action items to all PMs of projects on the submitted timesheet. But we don't want the PM for the "keep the lights on" projects to have to respond to an action item. I have not created any GEL script before so any sample code would be appreciated.



  • 2.  Re: Looking for a sample of GEL script to change the status of a Timesheet Action Item sent to a PM.

    Posted 07-24-2015 07:16 PM

    The only sample we have in a technical article is for Hello World

    TEC439243 : Sample GEL script Hello World

     

    The DocOps Wiki has good information on how to construct GEL scripts with different tags

    https://wiki.ca.com/display/CCPPMOP142/GEL+Scripting



  • 3.  Re: Looking for a sample of GEL script to change the status of a Timesheet Action Item sent to a PM.

    Posted 07-24-2015 08:59 PM

    Thank you ,, I will review those articles.

     

    Thank You,

     

    Karen Duplantis

    Enterprise Project Management

    Sr. Clarity Systems Administrator

    Brinks, Inc.

    Coppell, TX  75019

    Phone:  469.549.6489

    Cell:  469-289-7707

    Email:  Karen.Duplantis@brinksinc.com<mailto:Karen.Duplantis@brinksinc.com>



  • 4.  Re: Looking for a sample of GEL script to change the status of a Timesheet Action Item sent to a PM.

    Posted 07-27-2015 03:50 AM

    I think this recent threadRe: Need help with Action Item autoapproval was trying to achieve the same thing?

     

    I didn't give a technical answer in that other thread (I'm not sure whether we can affect action items over XOG to be honest) ; what I was trying to say in the other thread was "why are you raising the AI in the first place if you actually don't want a manual action to take place",