In this module, you create the user interface that the hiring manager and the general manager (GM) use to interact with the process.

A user interface is a set of coaches in one or more human services.

Learning objectives

After you complete the lessons in this module, you will know how to do the following tasks:

6 comments on"Hiring Tutorial: Create the user interface"

  1. Great tutorial, though I think there might be some confusion about tw.local.requisition.gmApproval type. In Conduct Playback One it appears to be a String. Whereas in the Creation of Business Objects and the Implementation of the Gateways it appears to be a Boolean.

    • Ian Hartshorn June 09, 2016

      The gmApproval should be a Boolean. Thank you and I have updated the page.

    • ammarhassan August 14, 2016

      It is boolean, the word ‘Rejected’ is used to refer the path named Rejected. For me it was confusing as well.

    • ammarhassan August 14, 2016

      Nice effort!

      While doing the step “Hiring tutorial: Conduct Playback One”, there is a need of one step to be added.

      While running the playback one using inspector, once we are done with updating the values in data objects, we need to press “Update All” button which will be activated once any data in modified. This button is located next to Data Tab.

  2. The step for creating the Qualifications CV is missing. Apparently should be found here –
    https://developer.ibm.com/bpm/docs/tutorials/hiring-tutorial/hiring-tutorial-create-the-user-interface/create-the-coach-view-for-qualifications/

    Also some case inconsistency in CV variables – to start the variable with caps, or not?

  3. ammarhassan August 14, 2016

    Nice effort!
    While doing the step “Hiring tutorial: Conduct Playback One”, there is a need of one step to be added.
    While running the playback one using inspector, once we are done with updating the values in data objects, we need to press “Update All” button which will be activated once any data in modified. This button is located next to Data Tab.

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