WEBCON BPS provides the option of embedding Microsoft Graph Toolkit components in the WEBCON BPS Portal. Basic information on the Graph Toolkit can be found at: Getting started with the Microsoft Graph Toolkit - Microsoft Graph | Microsoft Docs. o be able to use Graph Microsoft Toolkit components, you must first register the appropriate application in Azure Active Directory (App registrations) and create an authentication provider based on it (the msal2 version is recommended).
Automations are an overhaul to the Action mechanism in WEBCON BPS 2022. Existing actions will be incorporated into Automations which aim to provide:
1) Visual clarity and easier management of large numbers of actions
2) Robust error handling
3) "Temporary" Local parameters that are discarded after the Automation completes
Substitutions in WEBCON BPS are one of the features that allow you to optimize business processes. In previous versions of WEBCON BPS, substitutions have been limited only to operating on specific tasks in the process (performing active tasks of a replaced user). In version 2022, there are substitutions on behalf – the ability to configure a substitution in such a way that a substitute can act on behalf of the absent user.
As of 2019.1.1 version the application pool and WEBCONBPS IIS server is set by default. Default settings are not recommended for production environments. In the production installations, a change of default settings is recommended to minimalize the Portal response time to the first HTTP request after restarting its process.
WEBCON BPS allows for selecting an authentication provider and sometimes there may be a situation in which it will be necessary to change the already established provider from Active Directory to Azure Active Directory.
“Quick paths” is a standard functionality allowing for the use of a transition path without editing the form as well as several instances at the same time. “Quick paths” can be found useful wherever a task is repeatable and it does not require completing any form fields by the user or verifying a large amount of data.
WEBCON BPS applications frequently require integration with external systems. Microsoft Dynamics is one of the popular systems that requires integration with WEBCON BPS workflows.