Joget Workflow v6 Beta 2 Released

Check out the latest Joget Workflow v6 Beta for many new features and improvements in user experience (UX), app maintainability and performance.

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  • Participant
    The Participant node is used to declare a new participant swimlane to represent a role/person/entity (e.g. Claimant). Please see Map Participants to Users for more information about the mappings.

    NameDescription
    IDParticipant ID
    NameParticipant Name
  • Activity
    Activity node is used to be mapped to Form, to be used to interact with human participant, as part of the process flow. Please see Map Activities to Forms for more information about the mappings.
     

    NameDescription
    IDActivity ID
    NameActivity Name

    NameDescription
    DeadlinesMultiple Deadlines can be set for each activity.
    Learn about Deadlines and Escalations.

    NameDescription
    LimitSLA Limit for the activity. Number is expected in this field.
  • Tool
    Tool node is used to be mapped to Process Tool plugin, to trigger/achieve certain functionality programmatically, as part of the process flow. Please see Map Tools to Plugins for more information about the mappings.
     

    NameDescription
    IDTool ID
    NameTool Name
  • Route
    Route node is used to determine the flow of the process flow. 
     

    NameDescription
    IDRoute ID
    NameRoute Name
    Join TypeIncoming transition treatment type.
    Split TypeOutgoing transition treatment type.
  • Subflow
    Subflow node is used to trigger the start of another process under the same App. 

    NameDescription
    IDSubflow ID
    NameSubflow Name
    Subprocess IDProcess ID of the Subflow
    ExecutionSynchronous or Asynchronous execution.
    ParametersWorkflow variable(s) to be passed over to the Subflow.


    NameDescription
    DeadlinesMultiple Deadlines can be set. This is only applicable when Subflow is set to Asynchronous execution.
  • Start
    Start node denotes the start of the process flow.
  • End
    End node denotes the end of the process flow.