The My Requests page displays all Requests you started. Request information displays in tabular format.
Follow these steps to view the Requests that you started:
Ensure that you are logged on to ProcessMaker.
Do one of the following:
Click the Requests option from the top menu if the Requests page is not currently displayed. The My Requests page displays.
Click the Home breadcrumb iconif the Requests page is not currently displayed. The My Requests page displays.
Below is an example of the My Requests page that displays Requests the logged on user has started. The Saved Search package is not installed in this example, so this page displays in the ProcessMaker open-source edition.
The My Requests page displays the following information in tabular format about Requests you started:
#: The # column displays the Request number associated with the Process. This number represents the sequential occurrence of that Process.
Name: The Name column displays the Process name associated with the Request. Click the Process name to view the Request summary.
Status: The Status column displays the status of the Request. The following are possible statuses:
In Progress: The Request is in-progress and is represented by theicon.
Completed: The Request is completed and is represented by theicon.
Canceled: The Request has been canceled and is represented by theicon. See Cancel a Request.
Error: An error occurred with the Request and is represented by theicon. View the Request summary to see the error.
Participants: The Participants column displays each Request participant's avatar. Hover your cursor over a user's avatar to view that person's full name.
Started: The Started column displays the date and time you started the Request. The time zone setting to display the time is according to the ProcessMaker instance unless your user profile's Time zone setting is specified.
Completed: The Completed column displays the date and time the Request was completed. If the Request is not completed, this field displays no value for that Request. The time zone setting to display the time is according to the ProcessMaker instance unless your user profile's Time zone setting is specified.