Synchronize user information on Questetra BPM Suite with local data. The User information chapter introduces a Java program that synchronizes registration information required to login to Questetra BPM Suite.
This is the 4th tutorial for beginners of Questetra BPM Suite. We are going to further refine the Travel Request App created in Chapter 3. In Chapter 4, you will learn the implementation of Splitting and make the App so that behaves differently according to the conditions.
This is the 3rd tutorial for beginners of Questetra BPM Suite. Through refinement of the Travel Request App created in Chapter 2, we will deal with somewhat advanced contents. I will describe the setting related to the data item and the method of automatically determining “boss of the applicant”.
Questetra BPM Suite has a feature to Start a Process by an HTTP request from external systems. I will show you how to use this “Message Start Event (HTTP)” which is useful for advancing intersystem cooperation. In this post, I will focus mainly on setting on the Workflow App side.
This is the 1st tutorial for beginners of Questetra BPM Suite. After setting up your environment, you can learn elementary methods of operation using the App pre-installed at registering your Questetra BPM Suite.
Even though it is difficult to guess the URL of the Receive Task (Form), the risk of being attacked is also increased if it does not have an expiration. It is better to set the deadline even for the sake of subsequent work. Set the expiration to the Receive Task (Form).