Dashbuilder External Components Javascript API

External Components were introduced in Developing Custom Components for Dashbuilder post. At that point, if your component wants to consume Dashbuilder data, it has to manually handle the messages coming from Dashbuilder (DB) to build our component. As the library components grew, we wanted to avoid repeating code like model class definition and the windowRead more →

Queries for Building Kie Server Dashboards

Business Central is a great tool to create Dashboards as presented in KieLive#8 Authoring Dashboards in Business Central. In that video, datasets were mentioned, but there was no example of Kie Server datasets. In this post, we describe how to create Kie Server datasets and share some useful queries to create datasets for business dashboards.Read more →

Automatically Deploy Dashboards from BC on Dashbuilder Runtime

Business Central is a tool to author and manage assets like processes, human tasks, and much more. It is also a great tool to explore data and display them in any way you want. With Dashbuilder Runtime (DB), we introduced a web application that can run any dashboard exported from Business Central. Dashboards in Business Central BeforeRead more →

Dashbuilder Runtime Demos

Recently, we shared all the improvements that were made to Dashbuilder in a series of blog posts: Introducing Dashbuilder Runtime Gradual Export Dashboards from Business Central Multi Dashboards support in Dashbuilder Runtime Dashbuilder Runtime Embedded Mode Developing Custom Components for Dashbuilder My colleague Manaswini Das also shared some custom components created by her on this blog post: New improvementsRead more →

Gradual Export Dashboards from Business Central

Business Central (BC) is a complete application where you can control the full cycle of Business Automation: since authoring until monitoring. Inside BC, monitoring is done by a tool called Dashbuilder (DB) and it allows you to create dashboards and run it inside Business Central or in Dashbuilder Runtimes. Since BC 7.25 release, it isRead more →

Developing Custom Components for Dashbuilder

Dashbuilder is the component of Business Central that allows users to create pages and dashboards. Pages are made of small components that can show data, they are so-called displayers. By default dashbuilder provides multiple displayers that users can drag to pages, for instance: In Business Central 7.43, we introduced a new way of displaying dataRead more →

Dashbuilder Runtime Embedded Mode

Dashbuilder Runtime (DB) allows you to run your dashboards in a cloud-ready web application. Since jBPM 7.40 users can access their dashboards by logging directly into DB or they can bring dashboards to their application by using the improved embedded mode. With embedded mode Dashbuilder Runtime can be part of users’ own application. The REST APIRead more →

Multi Dashboards support in Dashbuilder Runtime

Foz do Iguaçu Falls In a recent blog post, we introduced Dashbuilder Runtime and mentioned that you can either select a ZIP file to be started as the dashboard or upload a dashbuilder one time to be used. These behaviors are called Runtime mode, and they are STATIC and SINGLE_IMPORT. In release 7.42 we introduced aRead more →

Introducing Dashbuilder Runtime

Business Process monitoring via dashboards and reports is a crucial part of a successful business automation deployment. In Business Central (BC), it is possible to monitor the execution of processes and human tasks using dashboards. Under the hood, every dashboard living in BC is actually built with a tool called Dashbuilder. It allows users toRead more →

Reading resources with the new Resource Content API

Kogito Tooling Resource Content API Photo by Douglas do Vale Editors can now fetch contents of files by accessing the object window.envelope.resourceContentEditorService and calling methods get(uri) to retrieve a resource content and list(glob pattern) to list available resources URIs. GWT editors projects can make use of Resource Content by adding the dependency org.appformer:appformer-kogito-bridge to their projects, inheritingRead more →