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Clicking on the "Finish" button on the process flow 'Resolve' stage doesn't change the case status or open a dialog, leaving the case as "In Progress".
So while you see "Finished" in the process section, the case is still "In Progress". Then you need to click on the "Resolve Case" button to close the case for real.
Is this a bug or is it intentional by design?
If it's intentional, there are some solutions come to mind like using a workflow. Any suggestions for an existing solution, perhaps bringing up the completion dialog when the Finish button is clicked?
I believe it's by the design. BPF can be enabled for any entity and only Case has "Resolve" functionality so it makes perfect sense.
Here is what you can do:
1. Add handler that will handle change of stage - docs.microsoft.com/.../addonstagechange
2. Get active stage using following - docs.microsoft.com/.../getactivestage
3. Check if new stage is "Close" and call OOB resolve dialog (you can get the name of the function to call through Ribbon Workbench and customize command functionality of it.
Business process and Case Status are not linked. You need to set if BPF stage is Finished then Close the case.
Instead of bringing the resolve case dialog you can mark the case as resolved using the below approach:
You can create a field in the case entity. Resolve Case - Data Type - Two Options(Yes/No).
On Click of the Finish button in BPF, you can set the value of above resolve case field as "Yes". Then on update of the above resolve case field, you can create an OOB workflow and check for the condition if Resolve Case value Equals "Yes". If yes, then mark the case status as resolved.
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