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I currently have a business process flow with a stage called Unassigned SA
I have created a view that = Process stage name Unassigned SA....
and I have a record in that stage yet its not showing on in my view??
It should show up.. make sure you entered correct text for Process stage name. Sometimes even one space also cause problem.
Try using contains instead of equal and see records are showing up or not.
hope this will help..
nope still not showing
I suggested that you could create a field to record your current stage of process and then use this field as a filter condition of the view.
You could set a Business Rule to synchronize the current stage name to field in real time.
I had tested this idea and it worked very well.
Hope it helps
If you are using Dynamics 365. Now every bpfs is an entity now. The below example is using the opportunity sales process as an example.
I selected the bpf and using active stage
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