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Alfresco Process Services & Activiti - Blog

mauriziovitale
Alfresco Employee

This is a basic guide of how to deploy the Process Workspace in Tomcat. Step1Download the latest version of Process Workspace from Nexus APW 1.1.0 based on adf‌ 2.3.0‌Step2Once downloaded the Zip, you need to Unzip the file.Step 3Open the unzipped folder in your prefered IDE. You should be able to s Read more...

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rallegre
Alfresco Employee

On behalf of the team, I am pleased to announce that Alfresco Process Services 1.8 has been released and is available now. This release includes new features, improvements as well as important bug fixes. Here are a few notable highlights:  Process Workspace: New End-User Experience Based on ADF The 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

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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