BPMN Editor User Guide
- Usage Tutorials
- Build a Simple Workflow
- Using the Global Datastore
- How to Map Data from Command A to Command B
- Advanced Command Data Mapping
- How to Use Gateways
- How to Use Sub Workflows
- What is the Dataflow Analysis?
- How to document a Workflow
- How to Upload and Download Workflows
- How to handle Errors within Workflows
- Configuration of the Application
- Further Useful Documentation
What This Is About
The following paragraphs link to the guides that explain how to use the BPMN Editor App. Every paragraph title is a link sending you to the corresponding guide with a short description below.
The BPMN Editor App is subject to a licensing system. How to set/update your license is described in this guide.
This guide will show you through the process of creating your first simple Workflow.
After finishing this guide you will know when and how to use global constants inside a Workflow.
After finishing this tutorial you will have a basic overview of what mappings are, why they are needed and how to use them.
In this tutorial you will learn how to bring mappings to the next level by using PAKs Interpolation to manipulate variables from the datastore.
This short guide gives you an overview which Gateways can be used inside a BPMN based Workflow.
Sub Workflows help to reduce redundancy. This is a guide on how to create and use Sub Workflows.
The Dataflow Analyser is a helpful function which supports you when doing data mappings. In this short tutorial you will learn the basics about it.
Documenting a workflow is important to give the user some information about the workflow. In this tutorial you will learn where you can add documentation and how to write a good documentation.
In this guide you will learn how to upload and download Workflows using the PAK Editor.
In this guide you will learn what an Error Event Node is and how to use it correctly.
After finishing this guide you will understand how to manage command and Workflow repositories in the Bpmn Editor App.
The guide explains why you could need SSL-Certificates and how to manage them inside the BPMN Editor App.
After finishing this guide you will understand how to configure a proxy in the Bpmn Editor App.
Showcases example Workflows which can be used to learn and understand commonly used structures and usecases.
In PAK there is the possibility to interpolate values when mapping values from Command to Command. This short Guide will show you how what is possible.
Here you will find a list of known bugs inside the BPMN Editor App and how to solve them.