How can set the fixed dates as a multiple dates list in timer condition?

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Hello,

I am developing on a kind of scheduler process.

Manager created multiple tasks which have a due date. Whenever the due date reaches I would like to send a notification to the user and manager at the same time.

I returned the due dates into a process variable as an object, however, in the timer condition, only allowed java.util.Date type.

is it possible to set the fixed dates as multiple dates in the groovy script?

In the case of my process, how to approach the solution?

I am sorry the question is vague.

Any helps would be appreciated.

Thanks in advanced.

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Submitted by delphine.coille... on Fri, 02/15/2019 - 14:46

Hi Donghee,

To understand better what you are trying to do, could you please precise what you mean by "Manager created multiple tasks which have a due date"? Do you have a picture of your diagram?

I guess you might be talking about multi-instanciation here, but which type of multi-instanciation?

If it can help, I can already tell you that in a case of multi-instanciation, timers are executed independantly for each instance. Due date is calculated for each unique instance of the multi-instanciation.

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<p>Thanks for the comment, I agree with your opinion. I created a call activity&nbsp;and set a timer for each date.</p>

<p>I am working on it. Thanks for your help.</p>

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