This article explains how Substitutions are handled in WEBCON BPS with a special focus on the type of substitution, the user who creates the substitution, their role and privileges, as well as the availability of applications/processes in which substitutions are to be created.Read more>
This article describes the rules for configuring Task delegation substitutions, taking into account user privileges in the context of multiple databases, as well as the roles of WEBCON BPS Workflow Service and global system settings.Read more>
Version 2023 R3 introduced the ability to use the CONCAT function within the LIKE function to create advanced filter conditions on Data sources. This is particularly applicable when configuring Choice fields, allowing the list of returned values to be limited to those required by the user.
This article provides a description of the functionality along with a business case for its use.
The article describes indexed choice columns introduced in WEBCON BPS to facilitate querying databases. The columns can be used in SQL queries to make searching databases faster and more accurate. They also offer an alternative to the previous solution, i.e. the dbo.ClearWFElemID function.Read more>
The article describes the WEBCON BPS configuration that enables parallel work. Based on several examples, it presents how to approach situations in which elaborate criteria have to be applied to the task results.Read more>
WEBCON BPS supports barcodes as a method of identifying documents and workflow instances. Using barcodes allows to automate the process of scanning and registering paper documents. Stickers with barcodes simplify archiving documents, and based on barcode labels it is possible to quickly find the right workflow instance in the system. The main part of the configuration is preparing label templates.Read more>
WEBCON BPS meets the challenges associated with written communication in international companies by offering the possibility to send Email notifications in multiple languages at the same time. However, the functionality is subject to certain rules that may require the user to take additional actions or, for example, affect the visibility of people exchanging correspondence.
This article describes the dependencies that apply when sending notifications in a multilingual environment.