Getting "Assigned to" - user name from Action center

Hello all,

Is there a way to fetch the user “Assigned To” after the Human in loop is completed in the Action center. I tried to get the output data object out from the wait and resume task, and i couldnt find the variable or way to get the “Assigned to” user name from the Action center.

Let me know if anyone had this situation and solved. it would be helpful. Thanks.
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Not sure if there is a simpler way to do this, but you should be able to get more info about a task by using Orchestrator HTTP Request.

Endpoint would be - “odata/Tasks(taskId)” where taskId is the action object id and in the response you have a field called AssignedToUserId.
As I imagine the UserId by itself is not exactly what you need, you can call the orchestrator for more details on that user with “odata/Users(AssignedToUserId)”.

Doing it this way is not exactly as straightforward as a theoretical ActionObject.AssignedToUser would be, but I hope it gets the job done for your usecase.



Hi Bogdan,

would be awesome! Any News?

Thanks, Lukas