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In the attached workflow, when the user submits the form in “Task 1”, a message and screen are displayed as illustrated in the first attachment, then a script “Update script” is executed and the “Task 2” is created without displaying the “Assign Task/Event” for it.

I would to implement the following need; when the user submits the form of “Task 1”, we hide / bypass the “Assign Task/Event” message for the script that will be executed and then show the “Assign Task/Event” message for “Task 2” as illustrated in the attachment 2.

I used the following code that hides the “Assign Task/Event” for the script but does not show the message for the “TASK 2”:
G::header("Location: casesListExtJsRedirector");

Can you support me with this?

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I have another scenario in my process where I should hide the message (please refer to the attached document). suppose I am in in step 1, there are some cases where 1 - both "TASK 3" and "script Task", and two only the script task is only executed.
can you help me in writing the trigger code that i should in "TASK 1" to either hide completely the message or only the one for the script task?

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