This Blog discussed how to install and use Camel in Flowable 6.4.1. Hopefully after reading this blog you will be able to set up the Flowable Task application to allow users to run workflows that have tasks which integrate with other applications through Camel routes.
This blog discusses a number of ways to write workflows that integrate with an external application asynchronously. In particular, how to handle the case when you need to wait for the external application to return for an unknown and varied period. Receive Task The BPMN standard has defined a Receive Task to manage an asynchronous […]
Timers Timer Events are often used when defining BPMN workflows. There are many uses for them such as starting workflows automatically once or on a schedule (Timer Start Event), sending escalation or reminders to users to act on a Task after a period of time has passed (Boundary Timer Event) or waiting for a date […]