How can you use a custom task for basic workflow logging?


The following is provided as-is and under no warranty. There are often times when some basic logging of workflow steps are required. Rather than turning on the Debug logging for all workflows, the following is a simple custom task that can be used to log basic record IDs and parameters in a workflow…

To complete the class, follow the instructions in the Knowledge Center to setup your IDE, and generate a .jar file of your code to deploy to either the “lib” directory or as a ClassLoader .jar. Once compiled and placed in the classpath or class loader, the class can be inserted into workflows at various points and will write to the server.log file…

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