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20 August 2014

How to manage all K2 Process Instances in K2 Workspace

There is an unbelievable useful (and often overlooked) feature in K2 blackpearl Workspace that allows you view a paginated list of all in-flight process instances in K2.

You might want to quickly list all processes in the K2 database that is started by a particular originator, or view all processes that are in error state with the intention to perform a goto activity.  This can simply be achieved by opening K2 workspace, navigating to the Management Console, expanding Processes, right click on it and selecting Manage Process Instances.

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K2 Process Instances in Workspace Management ConsoleThis loads a list of all instances in the K2 Server and you can use the filter option to quickly find particular ones across all processes.

The view below shows all the instances in K2 that has been started by me.

K2 Process Instances in Workspace Management Console with Filter

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