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(...) .3.x and above; author: Józef Cyran   Introduction The item list is frequently used to store any number of data rows as opposed to other form fields. This functionality makes the actions executed on the item list differ from the standard form field configuration.   Business case: Personnel planning for a project This article describes the operation of the item list and (...)

(...) ses that allow you to pay for meals with money previously paid into your personal account. [LT Account] – a dictionary that stores information about an employee’s account [LT Transactions] – a dictionary that stores information about carried out transactions, it is divided into four types of forms corresponding to four types of transactions which can be done on a given account: (...)

(...) thor: Tomasz Słuszniak   WEBCON BPS allows you to start workflows in several ways. In addition to a manual start by the user, instances can also be launched by the system using dedicated actions.   The “Start a subworkflow” action The action allows you to start a workflow within the same application. By using them you can start only one workflow instance – in (...)

(...) applications due to creating/moving multiple workflow instances at the same time. The speed of creating/updating sub-workflows depends on many factors such as the type of the form, the amount of data/actions/rules, the speed of response from external sources, server load or overall performance. When trying to update tens of sub-workflows the maximum execution time (timeout) may be exceeded. The case b (...)

(...) Applies to version 2019.1; author: Kinga Bożęcka   Introduction Mass actions allow you to go through the path (and execute the actions that are on it e.g. starting sub-workflows) for many instances at the same time. The article describes the configuration of this action and two examples of use.     Fig. 1. The example process   Fig. 2. The form   (...)

SDK actions

Applies to version 2019.3.x.; author: Kinga Bożęcka   In WEBCON BPS there is the ability of creating a dedicated SDK plugin. For example, these can be dedicated plugins: Converting  PDF to jpg/jpeg/png format Merging several PDFs into one Generating Excel based on the SQL query Creating/deleting SharePoint groups based on the query Changing the form type Settlement

(...) ies to version 2019.1; author: Konrad Wojtycza   Introduction The article describes the use of “Change value single field” and “Change values of multiple fields” actions on the example of the business scenario of the settlement of business trips. These actions allow you to update the value of the single form field or many form fields at the same time based on: (...)

(...) 2020.1.x; author: Konrad Wojtycza   Introduction The article is an update of the already existing article, it shows the configuration in version 2020.1.3. For the original see: BPS actions - introduction. WEBCON BPS allows you to create workflows supporting many business processes. You can use various standard and extended actions. Standard workflow requirements are: Filli (...)

(...) the application, used to create tasks for groups. It assigns tasks to the “free” employees in a given group, and allows the employee to mark task completion. The workflow consists of two actions and one control step.   Fig. 1. The "Create Task" process   Task Groups – the process used to define groups of tasks and assign the employees to them. G (...)

(...) iguration from the workflow level is blocked – the button is grayed out.You can re-configure the entire template globally which results in immediate propagation of the introduced changes to all actions connected to the template (you can see where a template is used via the “Usages” tab).   Fig. 6. The action added from the template   At any time, there is the o (...)

(...) ocument in the system Uploading a file with the document for signing Checking the document status Sending an e-mail with link to sign the document Two-step verification via SMS All above actions are available for use in the new SDK plugin that supports Autenti software. Sing the above diagram, the following workflow scenario has been created:   Fig. 2. The workflow diagram (...)

(...) the document will be sent can do so as well. For each of these providers, a dedicated action allows you to: send documents for signing, verify their status, and download the signed attachments. These actions are an addition to the platform, not part of the standard software. Thus, they are not delivered with WEBCON BPS version, but at the client’s request. This article describes how to configure (...)

(...) en, back to WEBCON BPS or another place. All steps are realized as part of the “SendEnvelopeToEmbeddedSign” action.     Configuration of the action All available actions require proper configuration. In either case, it starts with the Skribble API Settings section. It is recommended to supplement it with the previously prepared constants.     T (...)

(...) ng through the “Signed” path.   Fig. 3. The form with a signed document   Configuration A simple workflow of signing a document has been created using the SDK actions dedicated to the integration with DocuSign.   Fig. 4. The signing document workflow   The first step is to add the “SendEnvelope” action which allows you to send (...)

(...) tem by using the designated Portal interface. In version 2020.1.3., a new functionality for managing BPS groups and users has been added to supplement this process. This articles described how the actions related to the BPS groups can be used.   Workflow configuration and creating an example BPS group A BPS group was created with two users:   Fig. 1. Users in the “Ma (...)

(...) window view with the bar, it is also possible to do this by using the arrows on the keyboard.   Description of shortcuts available in the Menu under the right mouse button Many of the actions that can be performed by clicking on an element in WEBCON BPS Designer Studio with the right mouse button, have a keyboard shortcut assigned. The shortcut information can be found in the right part o (...)

(...) V_ADMIN_Timeouts – the view with statistics of timeouts created in the system   Action logs view One of the views created by the system is the view showing the logs of the actions performed. It is available under the “WFLogs” name and contains the same information as in the “WFActionExecutions” table (see -> WFAction Executions table description (...)

(...) generation workflow   The form of Certificate generation is presented below:   Fig. 4 Certificate generation form   Action configuration There are four defined actions: On Training workflow Action which starts one Certificate generation subworkflow per participant. On Certificate generation workflow Action which generates certificate in MS (...)

(...) you more control over the notification you send. Standard notifications Standard notifications are sent to the people actively participating in the process and they are informing about typical actions such as receiving tasks, notification about the start or finish the workflow. In such cases, it is worth preparing a template with translations.   Fig. 3. An example of using the actio (...)

(...) commended time of 15 minutes stated by Microsoft is the maximum possible delay. Oftentimes, the team can be formed after only 5 minutes have elapsed. For team creation, we can use the same type of actions as when creating a new group – Calling the REST Web Service. The same connection was used in the action, but the data in the other tabs will change. The first change is the address of the calle (...)