In a business automation project, business process assets are described with BPMN diagram or CMMN diagrams. It's recommended to base the creation of diagrams on specifications definition, therefore, the implementation will be executable in any software which attends to the specification. Process modeling knowledge is not restricted to specific products. Just like a Java class… Continue reading Recall basic modeling concepts
Know Business Central: Authoring, business monitoring, and more
Business Central is a Java Web-based application that supports the creation, management, and monitoring of business applications. It is not a required component, although, the usage of this tool can accelerate the development phase with proper rules and process authoring tools, form modeler components, advanced dashboard page creator with out-of-the-box components, and more. Once your… Continue reading Know Business Central: Authoring, business monitoring, and more
Where are the processes? Where are the rules?
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.
[jBPM] Form Modeler
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.
Intro to jBPM Kie Smart Router
What is a Smart Router? How do I know when I really need to add a smart router in my architecture?
[jBPM7 QuickTips] Service Tasks
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
Persisting custom process variables in different DB on jBPM
Intro So you want to store the data used in your process separately from jBPM database schema. To achieve this, you need to use Pluggable Variable Persistence. This is an objective post on the requirements to implement PVP on your project. TLDR; Sample project repo with a working example: pvp-sample The persistable classes needs to… Continue reading Persisting custom process variables in different DB on jBPM