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Using Oracle JET as the frontent for a BPM 12c Human Task (Problem using APIs)
We are trying to develop a web application using Oracle JET to use as the front for a BPM 12c human task, to leverage the performance gains that these newer technologies bring.
Our main problem currently is doing updates to the human task data objects using the Oracle REST API. This API only allows access to the summary fields, and not the task's data objects.
To query the data objects, we encapsulated the SOAP API call (to TaskQueryService/getTaskDetailsById), returning a REST response to the web page. The problem we have is trying to do perform updates to the Data Objects, which this approach is not working.
Can we get some pointers as to the best way to accomplish this, or some documentation or successsful use cases we can leverage?