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Tag Archives: Human Task
In this post, we will make our SOA Application slightly more interesting, and see what we need to do to build it with Maven. The logical next thing to add is a component that depends on MDS, so we can … Continue reading
A few months ago, while working on a BPM migration, I had the need to look at the status of human tasks, and to manipulate them – essentially to just have a single user take random actions on them at … Continue reading
As you know, you can create the user interfaces for your human tasks using ADF. JDeveloper allows you to auto-generate a human task user interface (form) and it also includes a wizard that gives you a bit more control over … Continue reading
In this previous post I showed how to use the TaskQueryService to query tasks. In this post, I am going to take this one step further and update the task payload and process the task. In order to do this, … Continue reading
If you have been following our series of posts on Continuous Integration, you will have seen that we have got SCA composites containing various components including BPEL, BPMN, Spring and Rules and also SCA Test working in a Hudson/Maven/Subversion continuous … Continue reading
Update: See this post for an updated example. Recently, I was working with a customer who has a requirement to create an arbitrary number of human tasks, based on the cardinality of an input data structure (array). A bit of … Continue reading