By Dileepa Wijayanayake on
5/15/2012 4:50 PM
Business Process Management (BPM) software is a graphical/visualized programming method. Just like in programming languages, variables are defined and used for storing and manipulating information in memory. All BPM products let users define variables using different data types.
Most BPM applications define variables at the Start step since this is the only Step/Action that is available on an empty Workflow Definition. cDevWorkflow also started off this way, you could only define a step from the Start step.
cDevWorkflow has changed this approach, based on the usability comments that we have received from our existing customers, cDevWorkflow Version 4.5 lets you define Variables from any step.
Every step is able to display the defined variables. Clicking on the “Variables” word, users are navigated to the Variable definition page to define variables.