A runtime lane allows you to determine the members of the lane at runtime.
A Runtime Lane is an empty lane that you can populate during the execution of a request.
Please note that once you have made a lane a runtime one, you cannot change it for a different type of lane. Similarly, existing lanes of another type cannot be changed to be Runtime ones.
Two freemarker methods are dedicated to managing the content of a runtime lane :
P_add_user_to_lane : adds a given user to a specified lane
P_remove_user_from_lane : removes a given user from a specified lane
Those two methods will throw an error if the specified lane is not a runtime lane
Those two methods will have no effect in TEST mode.
Those two methods will return a list of user ids (that are part of the specified lane)
To configure a runtime lane, you have to check "runtime role" tickbox in the configuration of the lane (see screenshot).
There is no limitation to the number of runtime lanes that can be created within the organization or used within a process
Inside the process definition, you can, for example, use :
5678 will be added to lane
firstname.lastname@example.org will be added to lane
The list of added users can be displayed in the process report. See Runtime Users