You may know that Ubuntu 13.10 is now available, since October 17. With this release comes Ubuntu Touch, a version of Ubuntu designed for two smartphones: Samsung Galaxy Nexus and LG Nexus 4. And I own a white 16Gb Galaxy Nexus phone...
This tutorial shows how to use the web REST API provided by Bonita BPM 6 in order to create new accounts in Python. You need to have a working Bonita BPM 6 to test the code below. This can be done with Bonita BPM Studio after deploying Bonita BPM Portal.
This example is run on a Linux distribution (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS).
The official documentation is available here http://documentation.bonitasoft.com/web-rest-api
This tutorial explains how to use a script connector with Bonita BPM 6. You need to have a working Bonita BPM 6 Studio installed on your desktop. For this example we run it on a Linux distribution (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS) .
Create a diagram and select the task where you want to put the connector. In this example we will add a connector on a human task.
First, we will add 2 transient data to store the script exit code and output.
This tutorial continues the explanation about how to set up Bonita Open Solution on a full Open Source stack, from installation of Bonita Studio through running a process on the production server. Part 1 began with the installation of Bonita Studio, and this post is about installing a basic production server. You will use: