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PMQL Data Types: Request, Task, and Collection

ProcessMaker Query Language (PMQL) data types indicate the type of ProcessMaker information to find: for Requests, Tasks, or Collection records.

Overview

ProcessMaker Query Language (PMQL) uses three data types. A data type specifies to which ProcessMaker data the PMQL syntax applies. Syntax indicates how to interpret (parse) that data.

PMQL Data Type: Request

When performing PMQL search queries from any of the pages accessible from the Requests top menu option, PMQL uses the Request data type to apply PMQL syntax. Selecting any PMQL search result displays the Request summary for that result.

The Request PMQL data type can use the following PMQL properties:

PMQL Data Type: Task

When performing PMQL search queries from any of the pages accessible from the Tasks top menu option, PMQL uses the Task data type to apply PMQL syntax. Selecting any PMQL search result displays the Task summary for that result.

The Task PMQL data type can use the following PMQL properties:

PMQL Data Type: Collection

When performing PMQL search queries from any Collection accessible from the Collections sidebar iconin the Admin top menu option, PMQL uses the Collection data type to apply PMQL syntax. PMQL search queries apply to records within the displayed Collection. Selecting any PMQL search result displays the Collection record for that result.

The Collection PMQL data type can use the following PMQL properties:

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