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Tag Archives: Worklist
The BPM Workspace App for iOS is now available on iTunes. There is going to be an official announcement soon.
Have just uploaded a build of the custom BPM worklist sample which is built against BPM 184.108.40.206. You can find the download links and JavaDoc on the main worklist page. The code is available in the subversion trunk (for now) … Continue reading
I have just uploaded a new build of the custom worklist sample which is compiled against (and will therefore work with) BPM 220.127.116.11 systems which have the feature pack patch installed. You can download this from the links on the … Continue reading
You can now download the documentation for the BPM APIs from here. This includes both the Human Workflow APIs and the BPM APIs. The BPM APIs were previously undocumented. I have shown how to use some of them in the … Continue reading
A quick update for those who are interested in the custom BPM worklist sample. As our previous Subversion host is not going to be able to continue to provide that service, we have moved the sample to java.net. All download … Continue reading
Inspired by a comment from Flávio Fonseca, I decided to experiment with making the worklist render for a mobile device using JQuery Mobile. Turns out it is pretty easy to do. All I did was change the style sheets and the … Continue reading
Last week, I did a presentation at the InSync11 conference which is organised by Oracle User Groups that provided an overview of the custom worklist sample. I am sharing the presentation material here for those who may be interested but … Continue reading