This article was created in response to a support issue logged with K2. The content may include typographical errors and may be revised at any time without notice This article is not considered official documentation for K2 software and is provided “as is” with no warranties.

Objective

This KB is to help provide a detailed explanation of what the status on most K2 database tables means for each activity, event and or process.

Before You Begin

Please note that you can find the status column on a lot of K2 database tables and all these status values have different meanings, according to their usage.

How-to Steps

Please see the table below of what the status means:

Server.Log Status
Group Name Status ID Status
ActDest 0 Active
ActDest 1 Expired
ActDest 2 Completed
Activity 0
Activity 1 Waiting
Activity 2 Active
Activity 3 Expired
Activity 4 Completed
Event 0 Empty
Event 1 Active
Event 2 Expired
Event 3 Completed
Event 4 Error
Process 0 Error
Process 1 Running
Process 2 Active
Process 3 Completed
Process 4 Stopped
Process 5 Delete
Slot 0 Available
Slot 1 Allocated
Slot 2 Open
Slot 3 Sleep
Slot 4 Completed
Worklist 0 Available
Worklist 1 Allocated
Worklist 2 Open
Worklist 3 Sleep