Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Joget Workflow Training – Basic & Advance for v3.1 – Module 9 – SLA and Deadlines

In this module, we will be discussing about 2 main topics.
  1. SLA (Service Leave Agreement) implementation and
  2. Deadlines implementation on Workflow Activity.
Service Level Agreement (SLA) can be incorporated in the process design as a means for the process owner to define and maintain quality of services.
In Joget, SLA may be implemented at the process level and, typically, at the activity level.

On the other hand, Deadlines act as a timer which triggers an exception transition to another activity when a specified duration has elapsed. Deadlines can be set for each activity.

 
This is the complete listing of all the modules.

Module 1: Introduction
Introduction to Business Process and Workflow
Introduction to Joget Workflow
Overview of Joget Workflow v3 Architecture

Module 2: Setting up Joget Workflow
Requirements
Installation
Overview of User Management

Module 3: Building your first Process-driven Application
Business Process Design
Designing Your First Workflow with Workflow Designer
Running Your First Automated Process

Module 4: Process Monitoring
Administration of Process Instances in Joget

Module 5: Creating your first Forms
Creating your First Forms using Joget Form Builder
Understanding the relationship between Forms and Process Activities

Module 6: Using the Email Tool
Implementing Email Tool Plugin on your Process Tool.

Module 7: Creating Datalist and Userview
Creating a Listing of submitted Form data.
Creating a User Interface (UI) for end-user access.

Module 8: Participant Mapping and Permission Control
Defining Process Participant Mapping on your Process
Enforcing Permission Control on your App

Module 9: SLA and Deadlines
Service Level Agreement implementation on Workflow Process.
Creating Email Reminder on Workflow Process using Deadline implementation.

Module 10: Hash Variables
Dynamically populate Form fields, Email plugin.
Using Hash Variable

Module 11: A Revision - Building a Support Ticketing System

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Joget Workflow Training – Basic & Advance for v3.1 – Module 8 – Participant Mapping and Permission Control

In this eighth module, we will be talking about Participant Mapping and Permission Control. They are essentially 2 main chapters combined together in one module as they are related with user control.

Participant Mapping



This is the complete listing of all the modules.

Module 1: Introduction
Introduction to Business Process and Workflow
Introduction to Joget Workflow
Overview of Joget Workflow v3 Architecture

Module 2: Setting up Joget Workflow
Requirements
Installation
Overview of User Management

Module 3: Building your first Process-driven Application
Business Process Design
Designing Your First Workflow with Workflow Designer
Running Your First Automated Process

Module 4: Process Monitoring
Administration of Process Instances in Joget

Module 5: Creating your first Forms
Creating your First Forms using Joget Form Builder
Understanding the relationship between Forms and Process Activities

Module 6: Using the Email Tool
Implementing Email Tool Plugin on your Process Tool.

Module 7: Creating Datalist and Userview
Creating a Listing of submitted Form data.
Creating a User Interface (UI) for end-user access.

Module 8: Participant Mapping and Permission Control
Defining Process Participant Mapping on your Process
Enforcing Permission Control on your App

Module 9: SLA and Deadlines
Service Level Agreement implementation on Workflow Process.
Creating Email Reminder on Workflow Process using Deadline implementation.

Module 10: Hash Variables
Dynamically populate Form fields, Email plugin.
Using Hash Variable

Module 11: A Revision - Building a Support Ticketing System

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Joget Workflow Training – Basic & Advance for v3.1 – Module 7 – Creating Datalist and Userview

We are making our training slides available online. This set of training slides is based on the Joget Workflow v3.1 version. This would be another good avenue for those who are looking for more learning materials to create more values for their organizations.

In this module, we will be covering the third and last components of Joget Workflow - Datalist and Userview.
Userview with a Form created using the Joget Form Builder and Userview Builder

Datalist in a Userview created using the Joget Datalist Builder
Datalist is often used as a mean for reporting purpose or to list down submitted application data. Userview, on the other hand, is primarily used to act as end user interface to access the app designed in Joget.



This is the complete listing of all the modules.

Module 1: Introduction
Introduction to Business Process and Workflow
Introduction to Joget Workflow
Overview of Joget Workflow v3 Architecture

Module 2: Setting up Joget Workflow
Requirements
Installation
Overview of User Management

 Module 3: Building your first Process-driven Application
Business Process Design
Designing Your First Workflow with Workflow Designer
Running Your First Automated Process

Module 4: Process Monitoring
Administration of Process Instances in Joget

Module 5: Creating your first Forms
Creating your First Forms using Joget Form Builder
Understanding the relationship between Forms and Process Activities

Module 6: Using the Email Tool
Implementing Email Tool Plugin on your Process Tool.

Module 7: Creating Datalist and Userview
Creating a Listing of submitted Form data.
Creating a User Interface (UI) for end-user access.

Module 8: Participant Mapping and Permission Control
Defining Process Participant Mapping on your Process
Enforcing Permission Control on your App

Module 9: SLA and Deadlines
Service Level Agreement implementation on Workflow Process.
Creating Email Reminder on Workflow Process using Deadline implementation.

Module 10: Hash Variables
Dynamically populate Form fields, Email plugin.
Using Hash Variable

Module 11: A Revision - Building a Support Ticketing System

Monday, February 9, 2015

Joget Workflow Training – Basic & Advance for v3.1 – Module 6 – Using the Email Tool

We are making our training slides available online. This set of training slides is based on the Joget Workflow v3.1 version. This would be another good avenue for those who are looking for more learning materials to create more values for their organizations.

In this sixth module, we will be learning on how to map the existing process's Tool node to one of the many available Process Tool plugins. We will be learning on how to configure the Email Tool to send out Email as part of the Workflow Process flow.


This is the complete listing of all the modules.

Module 1: Introduction
Introduction to Business Process and Workflow
Introduction to Joget Workflow
Overview of Joget Workflow v3 Architecture

Module 2: Setting up Joget Workflow
Requirements
Installation
Overview of User Management

 Module 3: Building your first Process-driven Application
Business Process Design
Designing Your First Workflow with Workflow Designer
Running Your First Automated Process

Module 4: Process Monitoring
Administration of Process Instances in Joget

Module 5: Creating your first Forms
Creating your First Forms using Joget Form Builder
Understanding the relationship between Forms and Process Activities

Module 6: Using the Email Tool
Implementing Email Tool Plugin on your Process Tool.

Module 7: Creating Datalist and Userview
Creating a Listing of submitted Form data.
Creating a User Interface (UI) for end-user access.

Module 8: Participant Mapping and Permission Control
Defining Process Participant Mapping on your Process
Enforcing Permission Control on your App

Module 9: SLA and Deadlines
Service Level Agreement implementation on Workflow Process.
Creating Email Reminder on Workflow Process using Deadline implementation.

Module 10: Hash Variables
Dynamically populate Form fields, Email plugin.
Using Hash Variable

Module 11: A Revision - Building a Support Ticketing System

Monday, February 2, 2015

Joget Workflow Training – Basic & Advance for v3.1 – Module 5 – Creating your first Forms

We are making our training slides available online. This set of training slides is based on the Joget Workflow v3.1 version. This would be another good avenue for those who are looking for more learning materials to create more values for their organizations.
This is the fifth out of 11 modules that will be posted online every few days.

In this module, we will be learning about the Form Builder. The Form Builder is the second component of 4 components in Joget. In Joget, the 4 components are:-
  1. Workflow engine
  2. Form
  3. Datalist
  4. Userview
In Form Builder module, we will be learning the following:-
  1. Naming convention for table naming in Form Builder itself.
  2. Form to Activity mapping for Workflow Process
  3. Creation of Form with basic input elements such as Text Field, Date Picker, and Textarea.
  4. Subform concept in Form Builder to refer to existing form.
  5. Workflow Process flow control using Form Builder's input element.



This is the complete listing of all the modules.

Module 1: Introduction
Introduction to Business Process and Workflow
Introduction to Joget Workflow
Overview of Joget Workflow v3 Architecture

Module 2: Setting up Joget Workflow
Requirements
Installation
Overview of User Management

 Module 3: Building your first Process-driven Application
Business Process Design
Designing Your First Workflow with Workflow Designer
Running Your First Automated Process

Module 4: Process Monitoring
Administration of Process Instances in Joget

Module 5: Creating your first Forms
Creating your First Forms using Joget Form Builder
Understanding the relationship between Forms and Process Activities

Module 6: Using the Email Tool
Implementing Email Tool Plugin on your Process Tool.

Module 7: Creating Datalist and Userview
Creating a Listing of submitted Form data.
Creating a User Interface (UI) for end-user access.

Module 8: Participant Mapping and Permission Control
Defining Process Participant Mapping on your Process
Enforcing Permission Control on your App

Module 9: SLA and Deadlines
Service Level Agreement implementation on Workflow Process.
Creating Email Reminder on Workflow Process using Deadline implementation.

Module 10: Hash Variables
Dynamically populate Form fields, Email plugin.
Using Hash Variable

Module 11: A Revision - Building a Support Ticketing System

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Joget v4.0.14 released

We are delighted to announce the immediate availability of the latest maintenance build of Joget tagged with version 4.0.14 (Build 1792).

Compared to the previous release, this release has the following notable updates:-
  • Maintaining order when Form Grid/List Grid hit validation errors.
  • Ordering in Popup Select Box/ List Grid.
  • Improvement in Jasper Reports Menu.
  • Improvement of logging for Hash Variables.
  • Improvement in process design update.
  • Date format support improvement for Date Picker.
  • Improvement of data storage for Multi Paged Form.
  • Support of '.' & '@' in username.
  • Persisting of current menu item in CorporatiTheme.
  • Improvement the reliability of User Notification plugin.
If you would like to view the complete change log, please look for the "changes.txt" file after downloading/installing Joget. Click here to download Joget.

Joget Workflow Training – Basic & Advance for v3.1 – Module 4 – Process Monitoring

We are making our training slides available online. This set of training slides is based on the Joget Workflow v3.1 version. This would be another good avenue for those who are looking for more learning materials to create more values for their organizations. This is the fourth out of 11 modules that will be posted online every few days.

In this module, we will be learning on how to keep track of running instances created in Joget Workflow. We will also be looking at actions that can be taken by the administrator in managing the system.



This is the complete listing of all the modules.

Module 1: Introduction
Introduction to Business Process and Workflow
Introduction to Joget Workflow
Overview of Joget Workflow v3 Architecture

Module 2: Setting up Joget Workflow
Requirements
Installation
Overview of User Management

 Module 3: Building your first Process-driven Application
Business Process Design
Designing Your First Workflow with Workflow Designer
Running Your First Automated Process

Module 4: Process Monitoring
Administration of Process Instances in Joget

Module 5: Creating your first Forms
Creating your First Forms using Joget Form Builder
Understanding the relationship between Forms and Process Activities

Module 6: Using the Email Tool
Implementing Email Tool Plugin on your Process Tool.

Module 7: Creating Datalist and Userview
Creating a Listing of submitted Form data.
Creating a User Interface (UI) for end-user access.

Module 8: Participant Mapping and Permission Control
Defining Process Participant Mapping on your Process
Enforcing Permission Control on your App

Module 9: SLA and Deadlines
Service Level Agreement implementation on Workflow Process.
Creating Email Reminder on Workflow Process using Deadline implementation.

Module 10: Hash Variables
Dynamically populate Form fields, Email plugin.
Using Hash Variable

Module 11: A Revision - Building a Support Ticketing System