I have a Java Project with Objects and Classes to use in Connectors in Bonita Studio. I see the class definitions when I initialize eg a Pool Variable and can select my class type. Whenever I use something from that jar in a Java Connector inside Bonita Studio I run into NoClassDefFoundException when executing the process.
How can I use custom Objects and Classes in Bonita Connectors?
Hi guys :)
maybe you can help me.
i have a process variable called "bookURL" with the site url of one book (http://www... etc).
i want to show a link or a button in one form so when the user click them, he will be redirected to the site, but i cannot do it.
If i show the variable in one input, everything is ok .. but, i dont know how to put that variable in one "link" or "button" as a external link.
You can edit the script without recompiling neither redeploying the process on the server
* Use as a form widget connector, it allows you to edit the script and refresh the screen to see the result
* Use as a Form transiant data connector, it allows you to edit the script and refresh the screen to see the result
* Use as an activity connector, it allows you to edit the script, restart a new process instance and see the changes
Submitted by anandages841 on Mon, 06/08/2015 - 09:05
Could i know how to pass an id from a Bonita form to an external application?
I have a form in Bonita which generates a unique id. I want this id to be passed into the external application.
I have an html widget with a link to the url. When the user clicks on it, the generated should be passed in it.
Submitted by shpak.serhiy on Thu, 05/14/2015 - 10:28
Bonita BPM 6.5.2. Community
I am very new in using Bonita. I am studying it to use in production.
I stuck in pretty simply task. I need to create connectors in order to get and update data from/in external client base (PostgreSQL). I created connector in lane, entered correct info for connecting to the database but can't event test connection with simple queries.
Here are my steps:
Choose connector - PostgreSQL 9.2.
Choose driver - PostgreSQL.
Enter DB access information. DB is hosted locally.