Joget DX 8 Stable Released
The stable release for Joget DX 8 is now available, with a focus on UX and Governance.
Generate Process - Approval Process function will generate a generic approval process flow together with complementing forms and userview menu items into your existing app from a form.
The form intended to be generated from should be an application/request form.
Figure 1: Approval process flow template
Figure 2: Screenshot highlighting the series of form that is created to complement the process flow
Figure 3: Screenshot showing Generate Process - Approval Process plugin in Generate App function
Figure 4: Generator adds a new category in the userview after generating Approval Process
Figure 5: Options Properties
Define the category label to be appended into the target Userview below. (see Figure 5)
|Start Process Menu Label||Define the Process Start menu label to be created under the new category defined in Category Label above.|
|Process Name||Process Name Label|
Choose the Datalist to be associated with the Datalist Inbox that will be created in the new Userview category.
If this is left empty, Create New Datalist Options will be available in Advanced Options
Choose the Userview to append the new Userview category into.
If this is left empty, Create New Userview Options will be available in Advanced Options
Figure 6: Options for the new datalist. Only shown when no datalist is selected in the previous options section.
|Datalist ID||Datalist ID|
|Datalist Name||Datalist Name|
Select Columns to be displayed in Datalist.
AutoComplete enabled. Type column name to display filtered selection.
Figure 7: Options for the new userview. Only shown when no userview is selected in the previous options section.
|Userview ID||The ID of the userview|
|Userview Name||The display name of the userview|
|Userview Description||A description of the userview|
Figure 8: Options for the userview menu
|Inbox Menu ID||The ID of the userview menu|
|Start Process Menu ID||The ID of the start process menu|
Figure 9: The labels of the participants in the process can be changed.
Figure 10: The labels of the activities in the process can be changed.
Figure 11: The labels of the tools used in the process can be changed.
Figure 12: The contents of the email sent to the participants can be changed.
You may use Hash Variables to dynamically include information in the email contents.
Figure 13: The name of the forms used in the process can be changed.
Figure 14: The labels of the form fields can be changed.
Figure 15: The labels of the form sections can be changed.
Figure 16: The labels of the statuses in the process can be changed.