The External tasks concept was introduced in v. 7.4. So far, only two operations existed to deal with external tasks: Fetch & Lock and Complete (read more in our docs).
These operations may be enough in most of the use cases, but can also cause a lot of inconveniences:
We are excited to announce the release of a new Alpha version of the Camunda Spring Boot Starter.
As announced at the Community Day in September, the Spring boot starter is now an official part of Camunda BPM. This includes support for our enterprise customers.
How about a new release of Camunda BPM 7.8 to spice things up?
Among the long list of new features in Camunda BPM 7.8-alpha4, the highlights are:
- Deletion of Process Definitions in Cockpit (EE)
- History Cleanup in Cockpit (EE)
- Batch Process Instance Restart (EE)
- Interval Configuration for Failed Jobs
- 11 Bug Fixes
If you want to dig in deeper, you can find the source code on GitHub.
Last Thursday, for our annual Community Day, we hosted our first user feedback session for Camunda Cockpit.
If you attended and even better joined the conversation and provided your feedback — thank you! We truly appreciated your input and are committed to base the future evolution of Cockpit on it.
We are happy to announce the release of Camunda Modeler version 1.10.0.
This time it ships with improvements in the Camunda Modeler and the toolkit that powers it.
We are delighted to share the third alpha release of Camunda BPM 7.8 with you!
This release features the following improvements:
- Batch process instance modification in Cockpit (EE)
- Faster rendering of BPMN diagrams in Cockpit
- Support for JSON and XML variable types in Cockpit
- History time to live for batch operations
- Global configuration for the failed job retry time cycle
- 20 Bug Fixes
If you want to take a deeper dive, you can find the source code on GitHub.