In this article, we will go into detail on how to customize Flowable’s engine. Three changes to the engine will be done: (1) Change the database connection by modifying the data source and adding custom data source properties. (2)Use a strong UUID generator. (3)Implement a custom event handler.
In this post, you will learn how configure Flowable’s apps to use your custom Spring Boot REST API as a backend engine. All this, in a dockerized environment.
In this article, you will learn how to compile Flowable source code using MySQL as database source, and generate valid Docker images. Once you have the images, we will use Docker Compose for defining and running a multi-container Docker applications.
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Flowable BPM turned into a workflow manager with features such as file transfer via FTP and Samba, integration with Amazon Web Service, file transcodification and analysis using FFmpeg and MediaInfo, and more..
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In this guide, you will learn how to set up and build a simple REST API with Spring, that provides CRUD operations for entries that are saved into a database. In addition, you will learn how use JPA’s criteria API to perform filtered searches for records.
In this post, you will learn how to integrate Activiti’s engine and REST API into your Spring application. At the same time, you will be able to adapt the Process Engine to your needs by modifying the database connection and the Async Job Executor.