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Deploy decisions to DMN Developer Sandbox

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In early 2021, Red Hat introduced the Developer Sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift. On top of that, we built the DMN Developer Sandbox, which makes deploying decision services easy for developers, and this is now live at dmn.new as part of the Kogito Tooling 0.12.0 release. Let’s check out how the DMN Developer Sandbox works inRead more →

Backend support on Kogito Tooling

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Developers can now augment the capabilities of their editors by connecting backend services through an infrastructure that has been included in Kogito Tooling. Lots of possibilities of executing code outside the client are enabled/facilitated with this new infrastructure, such as calling a java local backend service, reaching an HTTP endpoint, triggering a command in the terminal,Read more →

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Workspace collaboration via change requests

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A new feature has just been integrated into kiegroup master branches and is available in Business Central releases. This new feature is the workspace collaboration via change requests. Introduction The possibility to work with multiple branches in the Business Central authoring environment is highly productive, which makes it necessary to provide a way for usersRead more →

Exporting diagrams as GitHub gists

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Users can now export their DMN and BPMN diagrams as GitHub gists on the Business Modeler. Let’s check how it works in this quick post. Photo by Vincentiu Solomon on Unsplash Overview The Business Modeler enables users to design business processes and rules at a fast pace. In order to improve the workflow in a more collaborativeRead more →

Squash commits when merging a change request

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Starting from Business Central v7.33, users can choose to squash commits when merging a change request. Let’s check how it works in this quick post. Photo by Ricardo Rocha on Unsplash Overview Workspace collaboration via change requests is a recent feature included in Business Central. It allows users to submit their changes for approval from one branchRead more →

Import an empty repository into Business Central

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Starting from Business Central v7.33, users can import an empty repository from a git provider service like GitHub into Business Central. Let’s check how it works in this quick post. Photo by Debby Hudson on Unsplash Overview Projects stored on git provider services like GitHub can be easily imported into Business Central via the import feature, whichRead more →

Maven archetype support in Business Central

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What if your new projects have to follow some basic structure defined within your organization? Wouldn’t it be great if you could create new projects based on template projects? Well, leveraging from maven archetypes, the foundation team is introducing a mechanism to create projects based on templates. This feature has just been integrated into kiegroupRead more →