What is expected from the tech team in a business automation project? Business automation is definitely it's not about drawing diagrams or gathering pre-requisites. Have a glance at what it expected from a tech team, right in this post. This post is part of the jBPM getting started series.
BPM: What, Why, When?
Post 1 of the jBPM Getting Started Series. To start on a business automation path, the tech team should be able understand and identify when there are business processes and rules in the scenario of the project.
What is form modeler and why should you use it. Check this sample project which has a form containing different types of objects, including multiple files upload.
WIH Configuration Tips Service Task Configuration Tips: Service tasks need additional configuration, set in the Deployment Configuration, Work Item Handlers Section of the project. These configurations can either be set manually or added via the Service Tasks menu. Manual configuration of Work Item Handlers of Service Tasks (used for advanced configuration): Default Service Tasks default installation… Continue reading [jBPM7 QuickTips] Service Tasks
The timer is an event activity, which asynchronously triggers subsequent activities based on a predetermined agenda. It can be used as: a start event (i.e. start this process instance after 30 days from now), as an intermediate catching event (wait 5 minutes before starting the next task) ,as a boundary catching event for tasks or subprocesses (if a user… Continue reading [jBPM7 QuickTips] Timers
This is a short post for my tech friends, in which I would like to discuss a really common behavior I see in my routine: "How's BPM sales?", "How's that BPM project going?","This BPM is scalable and cloud-native!" BPM, Business Process Management, is not simply the use of software to automate business. BPM is a discipline used… Continue reading Tech friends, it is time to stop treating BPM as technology