The project contains Bugzilla Connectors to create and update a bug in Bugzilla.
The Connector was created for a project undertaken by Bonitasoft and Contact Solutions (www.contactsolutions.com), and generously donated by Contact Solutions at the end of the engagement.
This is a short process to demonstrate how to select the next task in Bonita BPM, depending of choices in a form.
The initiator form (on the pool) has a simple select field, where you choose the next step you want to go. Then, the transitions after the OR gate test the choice, so the next step is the selected task.
In the 3 steps, the forms shows the value selected, that confirm what you did.
The example shows how to use multi-instantiated tasks in Bonita BPM. The goal is to create multiple instance of the same activity, how to manage different environments for each instance, how to assign each instance to a different user, how to get results form each instance and how to put a condition over that multi-instantiated task.
It is not always simple to build Bonita BPM from sources. That is why this script is now available. It has been tested on Ubuntu 12.04 and 13.10, with Open JDk 7, and latest available version of Git and Maven. At the beginning, it tests that java, mvn and git are installed.
Around 4 Gb of dependencies will be downloaded (sources, target sources archive, maven, ...). You will need a good Internet connection.
Place this script in a disk partition with more than 15 Gb free space. Of course, you can build Bonita BPM in your /home.
This page contains an example of how to create and run a process using the Bonita BPM Engine in a Maven project. It assumes that you are a Java programmer familiar with using Maven. It shows how to initialize the Bonita platform using a Java program and the Bonita BPM Engine API, and then create and execute processes using the same API.
This is a group resolver connector to get All the users with an spacific Role in Liferay 6.1. It works using the SOA interface API form Liferay.
It ask for the Liferay's host, port and Admin User credentials. Also ask for the Company ID number and, sure, the Role to find for.
It depends on the following jars from Liferay dependencies:
activation.jar, axis.jar, commons-discovery.jar, portal-client.jar, portal-service.jar, portlet.jar, saaj-api.jar, saaj-impl.jar and wsdl4j.jar.
This is the a second version from the first one cause its seems to be a little out of the date:
Here's a simple demo on how to convert a arbitrary text/variable process to PDF format.
Anyone who is new to BOS may find some help through this demo.
The connector its embedded in a process to demonstration / avoid missed dependencies problems.
Note: besides creating the pdf it sends it as an email attachment
This is a connector for getting a List from a Odata service provider.
It depends on odata4j-0.5-clientbundle.jar library. As you can see it is for 0.5 Odata4J Version.
Just give a url for the service, for example http://odata.netflix.com/v2/Catalog/, and indicate a subPath for the query, for example Languages, and you will get a List, actually an ArrayList, of OEntity objects to work wtih.
this process let you select users by group.
First you could select group and it list the users of that group,and you can select users you want.
At the end,the process return an list of user names.
You can call this as sub process.
This connector adds a list of users and their memberships (groups and roles) on Bonita database using IdentityAPI. Non-existant users/groups/roles are created. Tested with BOS 5.7.2. How to use it: see comments below.
A Connector to convert from a List to a JSON String, using the json-lib library.
JSON-lib is a java library for transforming beans, maps, collections, java arrays and XML to JSON and back again to beans and DynaBeans.
Json-lib comes in two flavors, depending on the jdk compatibility. json-lib-x.x-jdk13 is compatible with JDK 1.3.1 and upwards. json-lib-x.x-jdk15 is compatible with JDK 1.5, includes support for Enums in JSONArray and JSONObject.