Workflow Instances

How to Reset or Refresh Workflow Instances

Refresh Workflow Instances Management Enables Both Reset and Refresh Workflow Functionality
Refresh Workflow Instances are instantiated from workflow definitions and store both the parent design and the runtime data of the execution. On occasion, it may be helpful to update the definition of a running workflow instance in order to incorporate the latest design improvements. […]

Enterprise Service Bus Workflow Engine

Enterprise Service Bus connects your workflow platform and your Enterprise systems.
Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), Event frameworks have existed for many years to connect and communicate between systems.  Some send messages, some perform remote procedure calls and some do SOA to communicate.  When we designed the ESB we focused on two key attributes:

Ease of use
High […]

Workflow Instances Version 1.5 released

enhanced rendering engine for rendering definitions and workflow instances
enhanced sub-workflow step, with sub-workflow rendering
step and data type validation
step and data type import/export
connections between steps can be rendered as straight lines, z lines or curved lines

Resetting Workflow Instances

Resetting Workflow Instances in 3 Easy Steps

Have you ever wanted to simply run and re-run a specific workflow instance without executing the entire workflow definition?
Sure you have, it is a common practice to create workflow instances that are copies of larger workflow definitions for testing purposes.  And during those workflow instances tests, it is also fairly common to […]

Workflow Definitions and Instances

How One Workflow Definition Creates Many Workflow Instances

From the time we humans began moving from the shelter of caves until the present day, there has been a need to build shelters followed by more elaborate buildings and structures.  As the construction practices grew more demanding over time, so did the need to plan the work.

The act of building a […]