Joget DX 8 Beta Released
The beta release for Joget DX 8 is now available, with a focus on UX and Governance.
The Process Status allows one to inspect the state and trail of a process instance.
The easiest way to see how does the Process Status Menu works is to first create a new process. Here are the steps:
1. Start your Joget Server, Log in as administrator then click on Design New App.
2. Fill up the App details as shown. (See Figure 2)
3. Create a new Form, and fill up its details as shown then Save the Form. (See Figure 3)
4. Fill up the Form with a Text field, fill up its details as shown and Save the Form. (See Figure 4)
5. Generate an Approval Process. (Figure 5)
6. From the List Builder, Launch the automatically generated List. (See Figure 6)
7. Drag a Hyperlink in to the Row action part of the List (top right of the canvas). (See Figure 7)
8. Configure the Hyperlink as shown in the image, then Save the List. (See Figure 8)
9. Navigate to the UI Builder, then click on the automatically generated UI to edit it. (See Figure 9).
10. Drag a List UI Element and a Process Status UI Element to the Home Category. (See Figure 10 & 11)
11. Configure the Process Status and List UI Elements as shown. (See Figure 12 & 13).
For a more in-depth tutorial on using the Process Status UI Element, Check out this article.
Figure 14: Process Status Properties
|Label||Menu label. Mandatory field.|
Item link slug. Optional field.
Value defined here must be unique to the rest of the UI Menus as the first matching name will be called upon.
The type of visual format, either Path (default) or Chart.
By using the request parameter hash variable, we can define the record ID to seek for.
Record ID: #requestParam.id#
Determines who can access the record's information.
At least one option must be selected.
Figure 15: UI Properties
Custom Header in HTML.
Custom Footer in HTML.
Show Process Name?
If checked, the process name will be generated at the top of the resultant graph. Optional.
Show Future Process Activities
Click the checkbox to show future process activities.
Show Skipped Activities
Click the checkbox to show skipped activities.
Username Display Format
Callback variable "activity" containing information of activity and process.
Figure 16: Process Status Properties - Performance & Offline Settings
Caching options are:
|Duration (s)||Duration in seconds to cache content defaults to 20 seconds if applicable.|
Read more at Performance Improvement with UI Caching.
Note: PWA Offline support is dependent on the theme used.
|Enable cache for offline support||Check this to enable caching for offline support, usually set for use on mobile browsers.|
Read Progressive Web Application (PWA) for more information.