3 Replies Latest reply on May 23, 2017 11:13 PM by phan10ms

    Disable Resolve Capability if Tasks Are Not Completed

    phan10ms Apprentice

      I approached this by creating a disabled expression on our Resolve Incident button based on the condition that a task is in assigned status.


      $([Task#Assignment.Rev4]Status == "Assigned")


      This works great if only one task is assigned to an incident, however, it does not work with more than one tasks as it only grabs the status of the first created task.  Any ideas on how to better approach this?