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    Human Tasks

    Hi, Can I have a little moan about the design of the Human Tasks, and indeed any activity? 1. The task details are in very small text and get lost among the rest of the information on the panel. 2a. The meta data about the activity is mixed in with the rest of the task and it's hard to focus on what is going on. Can it be separated out below a line or something? 2b. I don't understand the information in the Reminder section. Why is it there? 3. Why is my checklist below the meta data and not up with the task details. It would be good if this was in bigger text too. Many thanks, David
  2. Hi guys, I have a bit of a random / genuine question: why is Hornbill running on top of a mySQL database? The reason of my question is simply because I have been using MS SQL Server for years now and I find it very very reliable, good performances, low maintenance and very good with high volumes of transactions & data. And MySQL never really hit me as being the best database engine out there. Also, I keep reading on the forums about being able to schedule reports and export them to other formats than CSV or HTML. This is super easily achieved with SSRS. I am loving the architecture and technology used for Hornbill. It is really great stuff you guys are doing. But the database side still eludes me a bit I must admit
  3. We are in the process of updating the Details Form on our Services to make some of the custom fields view able as we will be both using them going forward and also be transferring some data into them as part of the migration using the Request Loader. My understanding was that this customisation is at a per Request Type and Service, but it appears that when you save the customisation it is partially saved across all services. For example when you add customisation to a Service, in this case add CustomA as field called Third Party to the Elections service and apply the changes they then appear as expected. Now you go to a different Service, but for request type of Request and click on the Details Form, you get the default form without Custom A field being displayed, which is expected. If you then add custom field A with a different title on this service and apply the changes. However if we go back to the original Service and click on the View Details Form, we will see the title of the field we added originally as Third Party has been altered to the name we used in the last service customisation. It seems to stuck halfway between the customised details form being set across all services (in terms of field titles) but not applying the same fields to all services/request type configurations. Can this be checked as I think this is a bug. Cheers Martyn
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