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I am happy to announce the second milestone, M2, of Activiti Cloud 7.1.0 release train. In this 7.1.0.M2 release you will find the following:Added support for BPMN embedded sub-processes in the Activiti Modeling Application and Activiti CloudProcess diagram available from query service -> GET /qu Read more...

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First of all, we would like to thank Mauricio Salatino (“Salaboy”), for all his fantastic work and commitment to the Activiti open source project. Mauricio has been a great contributor helping us in our mission of building the first truly open source, cloud-native BPMN process automation software.Ou Read more...

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salaboy
Senior Member

Last week week we presented at the at London DevOpsour experience with Jenkins Xto automate, release and manage 40+ repositories, which includes Java Libraries, Docker Images, HELM charts and deployments to environments which execute Acceptance tests against them. We are working quite hard to refine Read more...

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salaboy
Senior Member

Last week we spend a lot of time preparing for our Core and Cloud Beta2 release. We improved our acceptance tests to cover more scenarios end to end. This included the modeling services. While aligning dependencies and how we build our repositories for a release we found out more optimal ways to red Read more...

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deko
Established Member

Hello community,Today shall be the day, on which I am writing my first blog post here. Who am I actually? Well, I am Dennis Koch and am working as Expert Support Engineer for Alfresco. In support we often get questions or requests from customers and partners, where sometimes the answer should go out Read more...

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alex_mahabir
Active Member

Alfresco Process Services (APS) 1.9 provides support for authentication through Keycloak. The integration with Keycloak gives us access to many advanced Identity Provider features, such as SAML 2.0, oAuth, OpenID, Identity Brokering and User Federation. In this article, we will review the integratio Read more...

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jtsmith
Active Member

Start Signal Event with REST exampleUsing Alfresco Process Services powered by Activiti, this example will demonstrate how to throw a signal in the global scope of the tenant for other processes to catch.I am going to show one example of how to use a signal to start a process, but there a several wa Read more...

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cjose
Senior Member II

Alfresco Process Services v1.9 released a few weeks ago introduced a new authentication module which is based on an open source IAM project called Keycloak which provides a wide range of authentication options! Since Keycloak supports X.509 Client Certificate User Authentication natively, the moment Read more...

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Moderator
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We are happy to announce the new website (www.activiti.org) for Activiti is now live.This new version has an updated look and feel that reflects our new cloud native approach to Business Automation. It is now hosted on GitHub so we can iteratively improve it following an open community approach! The Read more...

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salaboy
Senior Member

Last week we had some very good progress on our main topics that we want to cover before doing Beta1. Application Service and the new Process Runtime Java APIs are moving forward at very nice pace. There is a lot of work to do around these two areas, so we want to be focused in getting the first ite Read more...

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We’re pleased to share with you an interview with Ryan Dawson, Activiti Core Developer, and Raphael Allegre, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Alfresco. Here, they talk about  how the BPM and software development industry is moving ahead as well as  how Alfresco is innovating in this space through Read more...

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salaboy
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30 weeks in and we are making huge progress in our Cloud Native approach. We are closing January and we will be working in polishing some rough edges in our main components (Runtime Bundle, Query/Notifications and Audit)  and starting some PoCs on the new stuff that we want to get before doing a maj Read more...

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cjose
Senior Member II

This blog is a continuation of my first blog around the work we Ciju Joseph‌ and Francesco Corti‌ did as part of Alfresco Global Virtual Hack-a-thon 2017In this blog I’ll be walking you through aps-unit-test-example project we created where I’ll be using the features from the aps-unit-test-utils lib Read more...

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cjose
Senior Member II

This blog is the first part of the two blog series around the work we Ciju Joseph‌ & Francesco Corti‌ did as part of Alfresco Global Virtual Hack-a-thon 2017Hack-a-thon Project Description & GoalAlfresco Process Services (APS) powered by Activiti has a standard way to develop custom java log Read more...

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cjose
Senior Member II

The aim of this blog post is to show a working CI/CD example for managing process applications built using Alfresco Process Services (APS) powered by Activiti. Please note that the selection of the tools that are used in this article is my personal choice from an ever growing list of open source too Read more...

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What is DMN?Decision Model and Notation (DMN) is an industry standard managed by the Object Management Group (OMG) for modeling and executing decisions that are determined by business rules. What is the role of DMN?Based on the DMN specification, “the primary goal of DMN is to provide a common notat Read more...

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salaboy
Senior Member

If you were looking at the Activiti/Activiti repository, you might have noticed that we are restructuring the project. Activiti is taking a new direction towards microservices architectures and we are planning to make big design upgrades.This new direction will give users the flexibility to open up Read more...

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bassam_al-saror
Senior Member

Activiti 6 is here and it brings a number of significant updates to its core functionality. The main highlights areSmiley Tongueluggable PersistencePreviously, the persistence logic was spread across different parts of the code. This made it hard to maintain and impossible to customise. Now, persistence logic Read more...

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cjose
Senior Member II

Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) and Apache ActiveMQ ™ are two popular messaging systems/platforms out there. Alfresco Process Services powered by Activiti (APS) can be integrated with these systems in a few different ways. Some of the available options are: Custom extension projects built using Sp Read more...

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cjose
Senior Member II

This is a continuation of my previous blog post about data models Business Data Integration made easy with Data Models. In this example I'll be showing the integration of Alfresco Process Services powered by Activiti (APS) with Amazon DynamoDB using Data Models. Steps required to set up this example Read more...

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cjose
Senior Member II

“Stencils” provide a very powerful set of capabilities to Alfresco Process Services powered by Activiti (APS) and can be used within the BPMN 2.0 Editor, the Step Editor and the Forms Editor.  Within the context of Forms, Stencils provide the facilities to develop custom form field types. The idea o Read more...

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salaboy
Senior Member

Activiti 6.0 Final release is around the corner, and I’m super excited of being part of this release because it is the first step towards a bright future. I’m looking forward to working with the community to shape up the next releases of the project to make sure that we push BPM to the next level.On Read more...

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dougjohnson
Active Member II

My name is Doug Johnson. I’m responsible for the BPM strategy at Alfresco working with the Activiti project and separately Alfresco’s commercial offerings. As a 20-year industry veteran with 17-years of BPM-specific experience, I’ve seen a lot of new business and solution requirements challenge BPM Read more...

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