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Question asked by ale_carraro on Jun 30, 2009
Latest reply on Jun 30, 2009 by mrogers
I'm using pooled workflows, and I have several that behave more or less the same, (same logical groups) but the people defined in it are different.

Actually I've defined the groups (simplifying) :
GROUP_CORRECTORS_WF_A
GROUP_EDITORS_WF_A
GROUP_VALIDATORS_WF_A

GROUP_CORRECTORS_WF_B
GROUP_EDITORS_WF_B
GROUP_VALIDATORS_WF_B

GROUP_CORRECTORS_WF_C
GROUP_EDITORS_WF_C
GROUP_VALIDATORS_WF_C


However this is ugly and difficult to mantain. I'd like to use hierarchy to separate different Workflow implementation.
WF_A
WF_A/CORRECTORS
WF_A/EDITORS
WF_A/VALIDATORS

WF_B
WF_B/CORRECTORS

and so on

However, I'm not able to refer to those groups (I've built them easily in the UI) from the workflow.
I tried
GROUP_WF_A/GROUP_CORRECTORS
GROUP_WF_A/CORRECTORS
#{people.getGroup('GROUP_WF_A').getGroup('GROUP_CORRECTORS')}

but nothing seems ok

Has anybody some ideas?

Thanks in advice

Alex

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