Flowable introductory series article 29 - Activity interpretation 05

1. Message start event describe A message start event can be used to start a process instance using named information. This effectively allows us to use the message name to select the correct start event from a set of alternative start events. When deploying a process definition with one or more message initiation events, the following consi ...

Posted by paul_r on Mon, 18 Oct 2021 18:04:47 -0700

Flowable getting started series article 16 - integrating Spring 03

Spring Boot Spring Boot is an application framework. According to its website, you can easily create independent, production level spring based applications that you can "run". It needs to have its own views on the spring platform and third-party libraries, so you can start with the smallest annoyance. Most Spring Boot applications r ...

Posted by Scottya on Wed, 06 Oct 2021 11:40:16 -0700

Flowable getting started series article 12 - Flowable API 02

1. Variable Each process instance needs and uses data to perform the steps it consists of. In Flowable, this data is called variables, and they are stored in the database. When calling an external service (for example, providing input or storing the result of the service call), variables can be used in expressions (for example, selecting the c ...

Posted by nic9 on Sat, 02 Oct 2021 16:48:39 -0700