Submitted by tresnjica93_1 on Thu, 02/11/2016 - 12:51
How can I make a dynamic destination folder for Alfresco connector, so that the path is not always the same?
For example, I need to make a new folder in Alfresco whenever the process is started so that the documents for the process would be saved as in tree hierarchy as in /User%20Homes/BPM/Process1, /User%20Homes/BPM/Process2 etc.
Submitted by vivek.paranthaman on Tue, 09/15/2015 - 07:15
I am newbie to this bonitasoft, started with bonita ver 7.0.1.
When Customizing the forms, there is a high limitations in widgets.
Here the need is: Can we get the file(.pdf) stored in document, displayed, as we do with the object or else tags, embed src="http://yoursite.com/the.pdf" width="500" height="375" type='application/pdf', displayed as they do in normal html...!!!
Can some one, suggest how to analyze the customization in UI except the two videos, and the documents..
Submitted by tugaknight on Fri, 05/29/2015 - 13:09
I understand bonita uses documents to store files uploaded by users however they are stored in the bonita database and for me this is unnacceptable. Is there a way to change this so it's stored as a file in a place I wish or is there a way to upload a file via groovy script?
I have a situation where in Service Step 1 I retrieve 2 documents from a DMS and load them to Documents, in Human Task 1 I see the documents, download ONE of them, edit it and upload the document using the same file widget. I downloaded from. The name of the file has not changed.
How do I tell if I've uploaded the document, rather than, as with the other file, just left it alone?
The documentID is not a good contender for this as it changes step to step. Is there some other way to tell if a document has been uploaded or not?
I'm getting a byte from a postgres query but I don't know how to save it and then cast it to a document created in my process.
I've saved the result of my query as a java.lang.Byte but I don't understand how to handle it afterward (I'm not even sure I should save it that way).
I've checked the "handling-documents" part of the documentation but with no results.
Does someone have an idea about how I should handle it ?