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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Introducing Task Filters

With Camunda BPM 7.2.0-alpha5, we introduce Task Filters. Task filters are TaskQueries which can be saved to the database so that you can run them repeatedly.

Camunda BPM 7.2.0-alpha5 released

Camunda BPM 7.2.0-alpha5 has been released. This alpha release contains

All in all, 120 issues were closed. See complete Release Notes in Jira.

Download Camunda BPM 7.2.0-alpha5 now!

Note that this may be the last alpha version before the 7.2.0-Final release which is due November 30st.

Announcing the Release Date of camunda BPM 7.2.0 GA

The next release date of camunda BPM has been finalized:

7.2.0 GA* will ship on November 30, 2014


From that date on camunda BPM 7.2 will be be supported as enterprise edition as well. 
(*General Availability)

Here are the highlights of this release:
Of course there is lots of other great stuff in this release, built by the team and our contributors

You want to know more? We will announce the release webinar dates soon on this blog.  

A note on the release date 

So far we have been communicating end of October as our release date. Due to very interesting feedback from our enterprise customers and during our community day we decided to improve the product even further based on that feedback. That's why we need to take another month.

Looking forward to a really awesome release!

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

How to handle absent Assignees

"I want usertasks to be reassigned if the assignee is currently absent. How would I do this in Camunda?"

As always, there is plenty of possible approaches to handle this situation. One of them begin a Task Listener. I created a little snippet that demonstrates how this can work:

Absence Manager Snippet on GitHub

For those of you who don't want to build and deploy this demo application right away, there is also a little screencast below.

How to handle absent Assignees from camunda on Vimeo.

Monday, September 22, 2014

camunda BPM Community Day 2014

Last Thursday we organized the 2nd camunda BPM community Day. After visiting Prague last year we went for the home game and invited the community to our Berlin offices. So we put all our desks and chairs and other stuff away to make room for the attendees. Around 65 people had registered and without doing an exact headcount, I suppose that more than 50 attended which Bernd described as "the biggest open source community day he ever attended".

Sandy Kemsley, who also attended, already published extensive summaries on the most of the talks so I am just going to link to them here:
Thank you Sandy!

Personally, I took away many very interesting ideas and lots of user feedback. I am already looking forward to the next camunda BPM community day!

Friday, August 15, 2014

cockpit plugin store

We have Camunda Cockpit as a great tool for monitoring and operations. But roles and requirements for monitoring and operations always differ in our real-life projects - so we allow plugins for Cockpit. In the last 48 hours (on our Camunda hackdays) we implemented a "plugin store" for the existing community plugins - so everybody can much easier try out plugins or see what plugins exist.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

camunda BPM 7.2.0-alpha4 released: CMMN Listener, Tasklist, Spin, Connect

Today we release the next alpha release of camunda BPM platform. The highlights of this release are:

  • CMMN Listener support
  • Embedded Forms in Tasklist  
  • JSON support in Spin
  • JSON to Java mapping with Spin
  • Simple REST HTTP Connector