Featured Posts: Process

Kogito Task Management API

In a previous post we discussed the task process API, which dealt with tasks from a process perspective. As explained in there, the task model depends on data defined by users. But, regardless of the task related information provided by users through BPMN processes, every existing task in Kogito has some predefined fields, mainly relatedRead more →

Kogito User Task Process API

It can be argued that the greatest technical advances in the history of humankind (agriculture, wheel, steam machine, printing…) have augmented production while reducing human effort. This does not imply that these advances have removed human intervention altogether. On the contrary, they have allowed humans to focus on the most relevant parts of the productionRead more →

Simplest Custom Tasks in Kogito

As a Kogito developer, you can add custom tasks to the designer palette. Customs tasks are process’ activities that allow users to perform custom operations within your process flows. In addition, custom tasks can predefine different visual and execution time properties of the node on the canvas. An example can be input and output parameters,Read more →

Versioning of utility classes in RHPAM

In this post, we will describe how to perform versioning of utility classes in RHPAM. After running your first process instances in a fresh RHPAM installation, the next time you will deploy something to the environment, is when your processes and business assets have evolved. Your new business assets will require to integrate their changesRead more →

Heatmap Component for Business Central and jBPM

For a long time, Business Central has Dashboards capabilities to build reports from process execution data. Recently with the addition of external components, it is also possible to create any visual representation for the dataset coming from Business Central. In this post, we will discuss a new category of visual components added in jBPM 7.48.0 Final:Read more →

Easing the Keycloak integration tests in Kie Server (with Testcontainers)

Testcontainers is a Java library which allows you to interact seamlessly with any application that can be dockerized, making your integration testing much easier (and fun).  Let’s see a practical integration sample with Kie Server, the lightweight process and decision engine used within projects like jBPM and Drools. In this article, we are going toRead more →

Kogito 1.0: Build-Time Optimized Business Automation in the Cloud

For the last few months, here at KIE team we’ve been hard at work. Today I am proud to announce that our cloud-native business automation platform is hitting a major milestone. Today we release Kogito 1.0! Kogito includes best-of-class support for the battle-tested engines of the KIE platform: the Drools rule language and decision platform, the jBPM workflow and process automation engine, the OptaPlanner constraint satisfaction solver; and it bringsRead more →