Guessing you might have already seen this as you were assigning people and groups to the various application roles, but you might want to assign someone to the ProcessOwner application role. This should give them the overall view of the instances you're looking for.
Hope this helps,
I believe I already have the ProcessOwner role set up but they cannot see any processes yet.
jcooper (employee)'s view:
weblogic (process owner)'s view:
They are both using the same view (last week), so is there anything else I'm missing here?
Since you have weblogic defined as your process owner and because you're using 184.108.40.206:
- log in as "weblogic" -
- at the top of the Workspace, click "Tasks" link
- on the left click "Administrative Tasks" link
This should show you the list of instances you're looking for.
After clicking on the "Administrative Tasks", select the time period when you submitted the process instances below on the left "view".
Regarding your former screenshot from ther Process Owners' view (weblogic) in Process Tracking section: This might per default only show tasks / process instances of processes the current user (weblogic) is assigned to do work in. Since weblogic is not defined to do some work (WorkshopTravelApplication.Employee / WorkshopTravelApplication.Manager), you might not see the instances with the current filter. Log in as Process Owner (weblogic), go to Process Tracking and adapt the filter by selecting "Advanced" to show all (active or past) process instances from all roles/groups.