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:
In this blog post I suggest a very effective way to spot duplicated libs/classes in your java application. I found and used this tip during the integration phase on an application server - which is quite a common use case. This tutorial will be very helpful in the following cases:
Looking for a quick way to learn how to use the Bonita HTTP API?
This blog post will guide you on how to configure your HTTP server using the BOS-Tomcat bundle (BOS-5.10.2-Tomcat-6.0.35) with different types of clients. This kind of installation is intended for deployments in which Bonita Open Solution will be deployed on a dedicated web application server, allowing different applications to reach BOS remotely via standard HTTP.
How do you deal with connector errors during the execution of your BOS processes?
This article will present two different ways to deal with errors in your processes: error events and exceptions. We will provide an example for each, and we will give you their pros and cons so you can choose the one that best fits your needs.