This article provides detailed instructions for configuring SignalR Barcode Service from the point of view of the Global system administrator.Read more>
The logic behind the execution of tasks by service is a multi-faceted and complex issue. When planning tasks, application designers are often unaware of the mechanisms and rules used by the service. To fill this gap, this article describes the elements affecting the sequence in which the service executes its tasks.Read more>
WEBCON BPS version 2022 R3 comes with a dedicated database read account. During each new installation and upgrade of the system, a database account named BPS_User is automatically created in all Content databases.
This article aims to take a closer look at the application of this account, its privileges and associated limitations.
The newly released version of WEBCON BPS (2023.1.x) enables containerization of the system components. Thanks to this, it possible to use Docker images provided for WEBCON BPS Portal, BPS Workflow Service, and Search Server (Solr) and run these modules in containers.
This article provides step-by-step instructions for installing WEBCON BPS with its core components running in independent containers.
An overhauled KPI feature added in version 2023.
Can be used to show end users and business users quantifiable data regarding time spent on certain parts of the workflow.
One indicator can encompass multiple steps, and one step can be included in multiple indicators.
BPS groups are local groups of WEBCON BPS users whose data is retrieved from Active Directory (AD), Azure Active Directory (AAD) or whose members are external users.
Until now, only the global system administrator had the authority to create BPS groups; similarly, only they could add new users to existing groups. However, from version 2023 R1, a mechanism has been introduced so that users with lower privilege levels will be able to manage selected BPS groups.
The Export-Import mechanism makes it possible to transfer BPS groups with the application to another environment, and in WEBCON BPS 2023 R1, this scope has been extended also to Group owners. This article shows an example of such a migration.Read more>
WEBCON BPS has been expanded to include the so-called Edit mode which allows users to view the configuration of processes and edit them in Portal. This feature is dedicated especially to business users who carry out their daily tasks using ready-made applications/processes, often without being able to view their configuration data.
The article describes the new feature from the point of view of a business user.
With the release of version 2023.1. WEBCON BPS gained a new feature for displaying statistical information about an application / a process. In Portal, users now have a dedicated Analysis node with tabs that compile key figures and time series in the context of available applications. It is now possible to track Trends on working with the system, as well as display a Heatmap for a selected application.
This article briefly describes those new capabilities of the system, focusing on the advantages of the feature that summarizes information about working with WEBCON BPS in an enterprise.
At the core of WEBCON BPS, a business process management platform, lies the principle of continuous improvement. The latest version, 2023 R1, introduces an innovative feature that allows users to submit requests for changes in applications and processes. This functionality is designed to gather information from a wide range of users, providing a basis for enhancing and developing applications and solutions within the WEBCON BPS platform.
This article will provide an overview of this new feature, discussing its configuration and key characteristics.