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Camunda BPM Camel 0.5.0 Released - External Task Support

Written by Stephan Pelikan on , under Community category.

The community extension Camunda BPM Camel seamlessly connects Camunda BPM and the intergration framework Apache Camel.

Next to minor changes, the new release adds support for consuming Camunda’s external tasks (introduced in Camunda 7.4.0) in the form of a Camel route endpoint. This is another level of technical decoupling and brings a lot of adventages.

Camunda BPM 7.7.0-alpha1 Released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.

Camunda 7.7.0-alpha1 is here and it is packed with new features. The highlights are:

  • Webapps: drill down in Metrics Charts and general facelift
  • Core Engine: drastic reduction of optimistic locking exceptions when using Job Executor
  • External Tasks: History API and monitoring in Cockpit
  • Fluent BPMN builder API: now generates BPMN diagram elements
  • Supported Environments: IBM Websphere 9 and OpenJDK 8
  • Security: salts and stronger hashing of user passwords
  • 32 Bug Fixes

The complete release notes are available in Jira.

List of known Issues.

You can Download Camunda For Free or Run it with Docker.

Camunda BPM 7.6.0 Released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Camunda 7.6.0 is here and it is packed with new features. The highlights are: DMN Decision Requirements Diagrams (Engine, Modeler, Cockpit) Shiny new Dashboard (Cockpit) BPMN Conditional Events (Engine, Modeler) Batch Operations (Engine, Cockpit) CMMN modeling and monitoring (Modeler, Cockpit) Human Task Monitoring and Reporting (Cockpit) Rolling Updates (Engine) 148 Bug Fixes List of known Issues The complete release notes are available in Jira. This is a joint release of the BPM Runtime Platform and the Camunda Modeler version 1.5.

Camunda BPM 7.6.0-alpha6 Released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Camunda 7.6.0-alpha6 is here and it is packed with new features. The highlights are: DRD Monitoring in Cockpit (Enterprise Edition only) New Cockpit Dashboard Conditional Event Improvements 42 Bug Fixes List of known Issues The complete release notes are available in Jira. You can Download Camunda For Free or Run it with Docker. This is the last alpha release before the 7.6.0 release which will hit the stores on November 30, 2016.

Camunda BPM 7.6.0-alpha5 Released

Written by Christopher Zell, Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.

Camunda 7.6.0-alpha5 is here and it is packed with new features. The highlights are:

  • Implementation of the BPMN Conditional Event
  • Batch Cancellation of Historic Process Instances
  • Huge performance improvements due to caching of Scripting Engines and Compiled Scripts in DMN Engine
  • Expressions in Signal and Message Event Names
  • Cockpit Usability Improvements
  • Pluggable Deployment Cache
  • 10 Bug Fixes

List of known Issues

The complete release notes are available in Jira.

You can Download Camunda For Free or Run it with Docker.

Camunda BPM 7.6.0-alpha4 Released

Camunda 7.6.0-alpha4 is here and it is packed with new features. The highlights are:

  • Batch Cancellation of Process Instances
  • CMMN Monitoring in Cockpit
  • New Home Page for the Webapplication
  • Improved Metrics API
  • 25 Bug Fixes

The complete release notes are available in Jira.

You can Download Camunda For Free or Run it with Docker.

Camunda BPM 7.6.0-alpha1 Released

Written by Thorben Lindhauer on , under Execution category.
Today, we release Camunda BPM 7.6.0-alpha1. It is primarily a release that fixes a regression in the REST API’s correlation method as present in 7.5.0. Check JIRA ticket CAM-6139 for whether this problem affects your application. Also, it porvides the following improvements / features: Access DelegateExecution from Context (Thread Local) using Public API Get a correlation result response when correlating a Message Retrieve the Error Message of a thrown Error Event Read the release notes for a complete list of changes.

Camunda Modeler 1.1 released

Written by Nico Rehwaldt on , under Modeling category.

We are happy to announce version 1.1 of the Camunda Modeler!

This release provides an update on CMMN modeling, adding the ability to model on-part as well as discretionary connections. Diagram search is now available for CMMN diagrams along with modeling support for a number of other elements.

Download the new version from camunda.org.

Camunda BPM 7.5.0 Released

Written by Thorben Lindhauer on , under Execution category.

After six months of dedicated work, we are proud to announce the release of Camunda BPM 7.5.0.

The highlights are:

  • Process Instance Migration
  • Multi Tenancy with Tenant Identifiers
  • Reporting API and Duration Report
  • External Task Improvements
  • Webapp UI/UX improvements
  • New Supported Environments
  • And More

Download Camunda For Free or Run it with Docker.

Register for release webinars held in English language and German language where we will present the new features to you.

Read the update guide to learn how to update an existing installation or application.

See our JIRA for a list of known issues and the section at the end of this post on issues that we are fixing in the near future.

Camunda Modeler 1.0 released

Written by Vladimirs Katusenoks on , under Modeling category.

We are happy to announce version 1.0 of the Camunda Modeler!

This release contains many new features and stability fixes that significantly improve the modeling experience. Working with large diagrams should be a lot faster due to features like copy and paste, searching and custom element templates. In addition to that, we are introducing CMMN support in the Modeler.

Download the new version from camunda.org.

Camunda BPM 7.5.0-alpha4 Released

Written by Thorben Lindhauer on , under Execution category.

Camunda 7.5.0-alpha4 is here and it is packed with new features. The highlights are:

  • Transparent Multi-Tenancy Access Restricitions
  • Improved Process Instance Migration
    • BPMN Support
    • Large Sets of Process Instances
    • User Experience
  • External Task API
    • Triggering Error Events
    • Prioritization
  • Version Tags for Process Definitions
  • Fine-Grained Task Access Permissions
  • Historic Identity Links
  • Wildfly 10 Support
  • 32 Bug Fixes

The complete release notes are available in Jira.

You can Download Camunda For Free or Run it with Docker.

Find a list of known issues in Jira.

Camunda BPM 7.5.0-alpha3 Released

Written by Sebastian Stamm on , under Execution category.

Camunda 7.5.0-alpha3 is here. The highlights of this release are:

  • New Design for Camunda Tasklist
  • New Accessibility Features for Tasklist Users
  • New Cockpit Dashboard
  • Improved Support for Multi Tenancy
  • More Powerful Process Instance Migration
  • 42 Bug Fixes

The complete release notes are available in Jira.

You can Download Camunda For Free or Run it with Docker.

Find a list of known issues in Jira.

Camunda BPM 7.5.0-alpha2 Released

Written by Thorben Lindhauer on , under Execution category.

Camunda 7.5.0-alpha2 is here. The highlights of this release are:

  • New View in Cockpit for Process Instance Migration (Camunda Enterprise Edition only)
  • New API for Process Instance Migration
  • New API for Resource-efficient Multi-tenancy
  • Extended Support for External Tasks
  • BPMN Model API Improvements
  • 18 Bug Fixes

The complete release notes are available in Jira.

You can Download Camunda For Free or Run it with Docker.

Find a list of known issues in Jira.

Camunda BPM 7.5.0-alpha1 Released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.

I am pleased to announce the availability of Camunda 7.5.0-alpha1. The highlights of this release are:

  • New Reporting View in Cockpit (Camunda Enterprise Edition only)
  • New Reporting API
  • Customize Serialization of Java Object Variables inside a Process Application
  • Added Oracle WebLogic Server 12c R2 (12.2.1) to supported Environments (Camunda Enterprise Edition only)
  • Improved Javascript Client / SDK
  • 52 Bug Fixes

The complete release notes are available in Jira.

You can Download Camunda For Free or Run it with Docker.

Known Issue: You have to empty the browser cache before accessing the Web Application.

Camunda BPM 7.4.0 Released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.

I’m pleased to announce the availability of Camunda 7.4.0 Final. The highlights of this release are:

  • DMN - Decision Model and Notation
  • New Camunda Modeler
  • Job Executor Improvements
  • BPMN Heatmap
  • Extended BPMN Support
  • Extended CMMN Support
  • New Documentation

You can Download Camunda For Free or Run it with Docker.

Also: Register for the Webinar.

For updating an existing installation or application, make sure to read the update guide.

Hello new Camunda Modeler

Written by Nico Rehwaldt on , under Modeling category.
Today we release the first version of the new Camunda Modeler to the public. The new modeler is a desktop application and integrated modeling solution for BPMN 2.0 and DMN 1.1. It builds on top of the BPMN 2.0 and DMN tooling provided by bpmn.io and brings its simplicity, performance and style to every computer. Speaks BPMN 2.0, DMN 1.1 and Camunda: The new Camunda Modeler Download the new Modeler from camunda.org and start building BPMN 2.0 diagrams better and faster today.

Camunda 7.4.0-Alpha2 released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Today we release Camunda BPM 7.4.0-Alpha2. This is the second alpha release previewing the upcoming 7.4.0 Release. The highlights of this release are: Improved DMN Engine Hit Policies Data Types New Cockpit Features, Auditing of DMN Decisions, BPMN Heat Map, Improved BPMN Engine Support for BPMN Escalation Improved Asynchronous Execution Efficiency SLF4j Logging Faster Deployments Improved CMMN Engine Add Support for Repetition Rule Support for Tomcat 8 New Documenation Many Bugfixes Overall more than 170 issues were closed.

First Version of dmn.io Released

Written by Sebastian Stamm on , under Modeling category.
Today we release the first version of dmn.io, our new DMN modeling toolkit. dmn.io allows you to view and model decisions with the DMN 1.0 standard directly on the web. The dmn.io library provides a viewer and an editor that can be embedded into web applications. With this release we provide the front-end element for the latest Camunda BPM 7.4.0 alpha release, which introduced support for DMN. Try it out Under the Hood dmn.io is build upon the work of the awesome bpmn.io framework.

Camunda BPM 7.4.0 Alpha 1 Released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Today we release Camunda BPM 7.4.0-Alpha1. This is the first alpha release previewing the upcoming 7.4.0 Release. The highlights of this release are: DMN (Decision Model and Notation): DMN Engine and browser based Decision Table Editor, Job Priorities: Control execution order of asynchronous Jobs, Enhanced BPMN Support: add Signal Start events, Compensation Event Subprocess, enhanced asynchronous continuations for Multi Instance Activities, Native support for File Variables in Api and Html Forms, Many Bugfixes Overall more than 140 issues were closed.

Camunda BPM 7.3.0 Final Released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
I’m pleased to announce the availability of Camunda 7.3.0 Final. The release focuses on improving Camunda BPM for large production deployments. The highlights are: Process instance repair and modification: go back or skip ahead in a process. Authorizations: restrict access to processes, tasks and administrative actions. Search for process instances and incidents in Cockpit Starting new process instance at any activity / set of activities Tasklist extensibility and customization: extend the Tasklist Web Application with Html and Javascript based plugins.

Camunda BPM 7.3.0-alpha3 released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
A new alpha release of our open source BPM and Workflow platform is available for download. The highlights of this release are: Process Engine Java and Rest Api Process-level authorizations: define ACL-like authorizations for restricting possible interactions with process-related resources (Process Definitions, Process Instances, Tasks ...), in both Java and REST Api. Deep tissue refactoring of implementation of Multi Instance constructs in process engine. Many, many bug fixes related to multi instance, event subprocesses, boundary events and compensation.

New Camunda Workbench Release - Adds Stepping in Debugger

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
After a one day hack session, Nico and myself are proud to release a new version of Camunda Workbench. The Highlights of this Release are: Upgrade bpmn.io to v0.9.0 Create a new process Debugger now has stepping support Breakpoints after activities Display the type of variables Enhanced Script Editing Download alpha9 for free! What is Camunda Workbench?Camunda Workbench is the next big thing in browser-based tooling for BPMN based process automation :) But most and foremost: Workbench is AWESOME!

Camunda BPM 7.3.0-alpha2 released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
A new alpha release of our open source BPM and Workflow platform is available for download. The highlights of this release are: Process Engine and Rest Api Native JSON and XML Variable Value Types Improved Sorting: specify multiple sort parameters in rest api, sort task by variable value Historic Job Log Support for databases: Oracle 12c Partially Order Historic Activity Instances by occurrence Cockpit UI improvements Advanced Process Instance Search (enterprise feature) Tasklist Sort by multiple parameters Sort by variable value Admin Browse Users by Group JavaScript SDK Add group resource Support local variables The full release notes can retrieved from Jira.

Camunda BPM 7.3.0-alpha1 released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
The first alpha release in the 7.3 branch is ready! This is what's inside: New Documentation Case Management Getting Started Tutorial (Docs) Multi Tenancy (Docs) Process Engine Features Namespaces in XPath (CAM-2342) Typed Variable API in CDI Module (CAM-3152, contribution by Michael Scholz) Support for CMMN Manual Activation Rule (CAM-3169)  Use BPMN Call Activity for starting a CMMN Case Instance (CAM-3353) Bugfixes Multi Instance (CAM-986, contribution by Ronny Bräunlich) Variable Serialization (CAM-3167, CAM-3174, CAM-3176, CAM-3179) Cockpit Maintenance Upgrade to Bootstrap 3 (See "Known Issues" below) Switched from Angular UI to Angular Bootstrap (See "Known Issues" below) Support for requirejs-angular-define deprecated Features Improved startup time: All Javascript resources are now minified (including plugins) Advanced Process Instance Search (CAM-2697, enterprise edition only) Camunda Tasklist Features Create a standalone task Support custom libraries providing custom angular controllers and other components.

Camunda Modeler 2.7.0 release

Written by Michael Schöttes on , under Execution category.
The camunda BPM team is pleased to announce the release of camunda Modeler 2.7.0. This release is dedicated to align the latest improvements of camunda BPM 7.2 with the modelers properties panel.  Find a complete list of issues solved in this release in JIRA. This release covers Eclipse Kepler and Juno/Indigo as well as the camunda Modeler Standalone. The new features were mainly developed by Roman! What's inside? We exposed the attributes we have added with the Modeler release 2.6.1 on the properties panel, namely i/o mapping, connectors and asyncBefore/asyncAfter.  Two new tabs were added to the properties panel in order to configure Input/Output parameter and connector settings.

Cycle 3.1 Released

Written by Sebastian Stamm on , under Execution category.
We are happy to announce the release of Cycle version 3.1. Cycle is a tool which makes synchronization of BPMN diagrams between the camunda modeler and third party modeling tools possible. With this release we provide a feature which allows bpmn tool vendors to integrate their tool with camunda cycle by providing custom Connectors. The complete release notes can be found in JIRA You can download the distribution of Cycle 3.1 from camunda.org and view the source code on GitHub.

Camunda Modeler 2.6.1 release

Written by Robert Gimbel on , under Execution category.
It's been a while since our last eclipse Modeler release. We are happy to announce the new Camunda Modeler release 2.6.1. Downloads Eclipse Modeler http://camunda.org/download/modeler/ Standalone Modeler http://camunda.org/bpmn/tool/ Kepler: http://camunda.org/release/camunda-modeler/update-sites/kepler/latest/site/ Indigo and Juno: http://camunda.org/release/camunda-modeler/update-sites/latest/site/ What's inside? This release ensures compatibility of the Modeler with the latest attributes introduced in Camunda BPM 7.2. Roman has done a great job updating the meta model of the Modeler so that BPMN 2.0 XMLs which contain i/o-mapping and script attributes can now be opened.

Camunda BPM 7.2.0 Final Released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Today we announce the official release of Camunda BPM 7.2.0 Final. This version constitutes the latest production-ready release of Camunda BPM platform and will be supported with patch updates in the the Camunda Enterprise Subscription. Camunda BPM is open source, you can download the distribution from camunda.org and inspect the sources on GitHub. Highlights of 7.2.0 Final This blogpost provides a summary of the highlights of the 7.2.0 Release. The complete release notes can be found in JIRA.

camunda BPM platform 7.2.0-alpha6 released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
6 weeks after the last release we release camunda BPM 7.2.0-alpha6. The release ships Tasklist Flexible layout with collapsible / expandable areas Enhanced Forms Support Embedded Forms Check Box, Select box, Date Picker Advanced Scripting Working with JSON-Serialized Java Objects Save partially filled in form to local Storage AngularJS interoperability Generated Forms External Forms List of Tasks Search by process / task / case variable Navigate through list using Keyboard Process Diagram is displayed (with bpmn.io) Display the value of Process / Case Variables in the list of tasks Support for CMMN Human Tasks Bugfixes Process Engine / REST API CMMN-Based Case Management History for Case Instances and Case Activity Instances Sentries Variable Listeners Transformer Extensions New Typed Variable API (CAM-2903) Work with both Serialized and De-serialized representation of Object Values Specify Serialization Data Format for Objects (e.g.

Announcing the Release Date of camunda BPM 7.2.0 GA

Written by Robert Gimbel on , under Execution category.
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: New Tasklist including Filters and improved Forms Embeddable Case Management Engine based on the CMMN OMG-Standard  New Scripting, Templating, Data Format and Connector Capabilities Advanced Asynchronous Continuations: asyncBefore and asyncAfter Optimizations on the JobExecutor for High Load Scenarios Rework of the Process Engine Persistance Layer Process Variable Serialization as XML or JSON Of course there is lots of other great stuff in this release, built by the team and our contributors.  You want to know more?

Camunda BPM 7.2.0-alpha5 released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Camunda BPM 7.2.0-alpha5 has been released. This alpha release contains Tasklist:  Task Filters Improved embedded Forms Many Bugfixes Process Engine: New Persistence layer minimizing Deadlock Issues Persistent Task Filters Improved Deployment Duplicate Filtering Serialize Java Object Variables with JAX-B Many bugfixes CMMN Milestones XSLT as Template Engine (Enterprise Edition Only) Wildfly Distribution Documentation Variables Expression Language All in all, 120 issues were closed. See complete Release Notes in Jira. Download Camunda BPM 7.2.0-alpha5 now!

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

Written by Sebastian Menski on , under Execution category.
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 See complete release notes in Jira. Download camunda BPM 7.2.0-alpha4 now. Add Listeners to your CMMN Case Definitions As the CMMN support of our platform steadily increases we started to add features known from our BPMN implementation.

camunda BPM 7.2.0-alpha3 released: CMMN, Scripting, Async, Correlation, Model Api, Forms

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Today we release camunda BPM 7.2.0-alpha3. Usually when we do a new alpha release, I write a Blogpost which gives an overview over the new features added in that release. But this time I cannot do that: there are simply too many new features to cover in a single blog post! So this time I will just give a bullet point list with the highlights and you guys will just have to wait for additional blogposts to come out in the next days.

camunda BPM 7.2.0-alpha2 released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Today we announce the next alpha release of camunda BPM platform. The highlights of this release are: Deploy and instantiate CMMN Case Definitions, New Tasklist Skeleton I/O Mappings for BPMN 2.0 Activities and Events Xml Data processing in Java, Expression Language and Script Languages Simple SOAP Http Connector See complete release notes in Jira. Download camunda BPM 7.2.0-alpha2 now. Deploy and instantiate CMMN Case Definitions We are making good progress on CMMN support in the process engine.

camunda Modeler 2.6.0 released: Field Injection, properties panel and bug fixes

Written by Michael Schöttes on , under Execution category.
The camunda BPM team is happy to announce the release of camunda Modeler 2.6.0. This release contains updates on the properties panel, a new properties tab, bpmn 2.0 alignment and bug fixes. Find a complete list of issues solved in this release in JIRA. This release covers Eclipse  Eclipse Kepler and Juno/Indigo as well as the camunda Modeler Standalone. The new features and bug fixes where mainly developed by Kristin! Asynchronous Continuation on Parallel Gateways As the parallel gateway is a synchronizing gateway, it is subject to optimistic locking.

7.2.0-alpha1 Released: Rest API, Bugfixes and Refactorings

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
The first alpha release of camunda BPM 7.2.0 is out. The release brings Rest API features:  Deployments, Task Comments, Task Attachments, Task Variables Script Execution Improvements Caching of compiled scripts (=> performance improvements) Variable handling for scripts (=> Jython, JRuby and JavaScript can now be used) Groovy is now included in all distributions and works out of the box. Maintenance Bumped Version of Mybatis dependency to 3.2.3 Frontend library upgrades Bump version of angularjs to 1.2.16 Remove Bootstrap Javascript and replace with angular-ui And many bugfixes.

camunda Modeler 2.5.0 released: Extension elements, properties panel and bug fixes

Written by Michael Schöttes on , under Execution category.
The camunda BPM team is pleased to announce the release of camunda Modeler 2.5.0. This release is dedicated to align the latest improvements of camunda BPM 7.1 with the modelers properties panel. Furthermore we implemented a new properties tab for extension elements and of course we fixed bugs. Find a complete list of issues solved in this release in JIRA. This release covers Eclipse Kepler and Juno/Indigo as well as the camunda ModelerStandalone.

Finally! camunda BPM 7.1.0-Final is released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Today we release 7.1.0-Final, the new minor version of camunda BPM. Compared to the 7.0.0.Final release, the new version includes many new features and improvements: Improved process engine with Job Definitions, better BPMN coverage and improved performance, All-new BPMN Model API for convenient BPMN model access, New features in the cockpit monitoring web application, Improved Tasklist and Task Forms, including support for HTML5 and Generated Task Forms. Support for Oracle WebLogic Server 12c and JBoss Application Server 7.2 and JBoss EAP 6.1 / 6.2 This blog post contains a more detailed feature overview below.

camunda BPM 7.1.0-alpha4 released - BPMN coverage, Performance & Cockpit

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Today we released camunda BPM 7.1.0-alpha4. This release provides many improvements and bug fixes: Process Engine: BPMN coverage:  Support for Non-Interrupting Event Subprocess - (CAM-112) - HOT Performance Improvements: Execution Tree pre-fetching (CAM-1967) Reduce number of database queries. (CAM-1905, CAM-1906, CAM-1966) Message Correlation Improvements:  Added Fluent Builder & Correlation using Process Instance Id (CAM-1775) camunda Cockpit (Webapplication for Monitoring & Operations): Community Features: Resolve Caching problems - Try 1 (CAM-1899) Improved Plugin API (CAM-1737, CAM-1958, CAM-1959, CAM-1960, CAM-1961) Search & Filter Activity Instance Tree (CAM-1874) Enterprise only: History of Variables (CAM-73) History of User Tasks (CAM-1875) Bpmn Model API: Support for all camunda Extension elements & Attributes (CAM-1854) All in all, 45 Issues were closed. Find the complete release notes in Jira.

camunda-bpm-assert 1.0 released as a community extension

Written by Nico Rehwaldt on , under Community category.
camunda-bpm-assert is a community extension to camunda BPM that makes it easier to test-drive processes that are implemented with camunda BPM. I am happy to say that our contributor Martin Schimak from plexiti has just published version 1.0 of the library. The release comes with a stable api, maven coordinates and tons of documentation and examples. Read the offical release blog post and make sure to fork the project on GitHub.

camunda BPM 7.1.0-alpha3 released - Cockpit, BPMN Model Api and Task Operation Log

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Today we release the next alpha version of camunda BPM. The highlights of this release are: Bpmn Model API Task Operation Log Edit group Identity Links in cockpit monitoring web application Cockpit usability improvements (Browser History, Icons) Consolidated Examples Repository On top of this we introduced new features into the cockpit monitoring web application which are reserved for enterprise subscription customers only: Diagram View for Historic Process Instances Audit Log for Historic Process Instances Advanced Querying Features for Historic Process Instances View the complete Relese Notes in Jira.

Announcing the Release Date of camunda BPM 7.1.0 GA

Written by Robert Gimbel on , under Execution category.
The next release date of camunda BPM has been fixed: 7.1. GA* will ship on March 31st, 2014 Most features will be open source, except for the IBM Websphere and Oracle WebLogic AS distribution along with the cockpit history plug-in. 7.1 GA will be the baseline for the next supported enterprise edition of camunda BPM 7.1. (*General Availability) Highlights of 7.1. Monitoring of Historic Data in Cockpit (EE only) New Job Definitions Concept and Job Suspension Feature in Cockpit Rapid Prototyping with Task Forms generated from BPMN 2.0 XML BPMN 2.0 Model API More BPMN 2.0 Support: Non Interrupting Message Event Subprocess Webserver Support: Weblogic 12c, JBoss EAP 6.1 and 6.2 Improved Message Correlation Of course there will be lots of other improvements and bugfixes included in this release.

camunda Modeler 2.4.0 released: Design / Source View and enhanced file handling

Written by Michael Schöttes on , under Execution category.
Today we are happy to announce the new release of our camunda Modeler. Beside a couple of bug fixes this version adds a Source / Design view switch and an enhanced file handling. Checkout the complete list of issues solved in this release. And of course, try out the new modeler and tell us what you think via our forums or on twitter. The new features were initially developed for camunda Modeler Standalone and are now incorporated into the main modeler codebase. Thanks to Nico's  work we could align the development of both projects.

camunda Modeler Standalone 1.0.0 released as an official part of camunda BPM

Written by Nico Rehwaldt on , under Execution category.
The camunda Modeler Standalone is a tool that allows you to create, view and edit BPMN process and collaboration diagrams in a seamless way. I am happy to say that the project, previously a side project of mine, is now an official part of camunda BPM. Today we released version 1.0.0 as the first stable version of the modeler. Get it now. As part of camunda BPM the camunda Modeler Standalone got its own place on camunda.org and a one-click-to-distribution build.

camunda BPM 7.1.0-alpha2 released

Written by Roman Smirnov on , under Execution category.
It was a hard time of two months without a new camunda BPM release, but the waiting came to an end today. We are happy to announce the first release of 2014: camunda BPM 7.1.0-alpha2. The highlights of this release are: engine: enhance PVM Atomic Operation and Graph Model to provide facility for an activity to cancel a scope or be executed concurrently to activities in the same scope. This refactoring has the following positive effects: write History for Boundary Events, Intermediate Catch Events following an Event Based Gateway Execution Listeners on cancel scope / concurrent activities now work proper and fixed a lot of further bugs a Receive Task with a message reference can be triggered like an ordinary event (docs) query after Historic Activity Statistics cockpit: use grunt to build client sides assets, manage client sides dependencies and fetch them (github-docs) show suspended Job Definitions on the process diagram add a view switcher to be able to write an own process definition or instance view as a plugin implement a new process definition view as a enterprise plugin to show historic process instances data performance test suite (github) enterprise support for Oracle WebLogic 12c, jBoss EAP 6.1 and 6.2 some contributions from Clint and Markus In total, about 90 Issues have been closed during the last two months.

camunda Modeler 2.3.0 released: Custom Tasks, Form Fields and better Subprocess Modeling

Written by Nico Rehwaldt on , under Execution category.
We are happy to announce the new release of the camunda Modeler. This version adds the ability to extend the modeler with custom tasks. Furthermore it adds editing support for form fields that were recently re-introduced into the camunda BPM platform. Last but not least, it improves the handling of subprocesses. Custom Task Plugins Custom task plugins give you the ability to contribute self-made tasks to the camunda modeler. Quite a custom task A custom task is a task that may be reused across all of your diagrams.

camunda BPM 7.1.0-alpha1 released: Task Forms, Job Suspension and Bugfixes

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
I am proud to announce the release of camunda BPM 7.1.0-alpha1. This is the first community alpha release in the 7.1 branch. The highlights of this release are: Enhanced support for HTML5 Embedded Task Forms (Quickstart Example, Docs), Add support for Generated Task Forms (Blogpost, Quickstart Example, Docs), Add support for "Job Definitions" allowing to query, suspend & activate Job Execution by individual Activity at Process Definition Level (Docs), Add support for suspending Process Definition, Process Instances and Job Definitions in cockpit, Upgrade JBoss Application Server Support from 7.1.3 to 7.2 / EAP 6.1 (Docs), Fixed OSGi Manifest Headers (community contribution by Ronny Bräunlich) 32 Bug Fixes See the complete release notes in Jira.

camunda BPM PHP SDK v1.1.0 released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Today we released version 1.1.0 of the PHP SDK. The highlights of this release are: Add compatibility with camunda BPM 7.0.0 Final Fully object oriented API Improved test coverage through PHPUnit Add support for composer The packages are pushed to Packagist. camunda PHP SDK allows PHP users to interact with the process engine and build BPMN 2.0 and Workflow enabled applications. Start reading the documentation.

camunda Modeler 2.2.0 released: Kepler support and modeling improvements

Written by Nico Rehwaldt on , under Execution category.
Today we are happy to announce the new release of the camunda Modeler. This version adds official support for Eclipse Kepler. On top of that it ships with the ability to change the type of tasks, events and gateways as well as a simplified connection of elements. Eclipse Kepler Support Kepler support is finally there. Head over to the downloads site and get a fresh version of the modeler, ready for Kepler.

camunda Modeler 2.1.0 released

Written by Nico Rehwaldt on , under Execution category.
Today we relased a new version of the camunda Modeler. It provides better property editing support for BPMN 2.0 and camunda BPM properties, improvements in pool and lane handling and fixes a number of important bugs. Property Editing Support Kristin and Roman extended the property panel to achieve partity with new engine extensions and features introduced in camunda BPM 7.0: On throwing message events and send tasks service task engine extensions may be edited On call activities passing the business key as well as all variables may be edited On call activities the called element binding and version may be specified On start events the form key may be edited independent of the event definition In addition, documentation may now be maintained for all BPMN 2.0 elements.

It's done: camunda BPM 7.0.0-Final released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
We are happy to announce the first major release of camunda BPM: 7.0.0-Final. The highlights of this release are camunda cockpit: new webapplication for visual process monitoring and operations improved process engine with  more flexible and better performing history (audit database), support for activity instance execution model, better clustering support REST Api based on JAX-RS Sophisticated Runtime Container Integration Container managed Threading (JBoss Threads, JCA, CommonJ), Shared Process Egnine as container managed service on all containers including Apache Tomcat.

camunda BPM 7.0.0-alpha9 released

Written by Nico Rehwaldt on , under Execution category.
Today we are happy to announce the next alpha version of camunda BPM. Get it here. Highlights of this Release cockpit: instance filters added that allow you to filter for business key and variables called process definition tab added called process instances tab added admin: administrate users and groups added change group memberships added manage authorizations added assign access rights to cockpit and tasklist added (as part of manage authorizations) engine: ability to run process engine in a heterogenous cluster added unique constraint on business key removed (applied to new installations only) #noRetriesLeft to jobQuery added bpmn element throwing message event added bpmn element send task added exception types in error codes to declare business exceptions history performance improved configuration from camunda.cfg.xml file possible (in addition to activity.cfg.xml) Breaking changes: the tasklist is now part of the camunda webapp, you should find it at http://localhost:8080/camunda/app/tasklist.  In total, 80 issues have been addressed including more than 20 bug fixes.

camunda BPM camunda BPM 7.0.0-alpha8 released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Here comes the latest camunda BPM alpha release with the following highlights: New features in cockpit webapplication: Greatly improved layout Editing process variables Cancelling a process instance Increment retries for failed jobs Login based on Process Engine Identity Service We added a new application called camunda Admin which provides support for Managing users & groups based on the process engine engine identity service Creating an initial user for a process engine The REST API was enhanced  Improved variable handling Added Jobs resource (contribution by Clint Manning, 1&1) Added User and Group Resources The Process Engine got smarter Started work on authorization service Braking change: the URL for cockpit is now http://localhost:8080/camunda/.

camunda BPM 7.0-alpha7 released

Written by Roman Smirnov on , under Execution category.
camunda BPM 7.0.0-alpha7 is out now! The highlights of this new release are: In Cockpit we worked on the visualization of Process Instances: Incidents of a running process instance will be shown in the corresponding rendered process diagram. The former introduced Activity Instance Tree will be visualized as a tree. Now it is possible to select a BPMN element in the rendered process diagram or to select a activity instance wihtin the activity instance tree.

Announcing the Release Date of camunda BPM 7.0.0 GA

Written by Robert Gimbel on , under Execution category.
We are proud to announce the major release date of camunda BPM: 7.0.0 GA* on 31.08.2013  All features will be open source, exept for the IBM Websphere AS distribution. From that day on, there will also exist the supported enterprise edition of  camunda BPM. (*General Availability) Highlights of 7.0.0 New webapplication for process monitoring with BPMN 2.0, based on an open plugin infrastructure Faster process engine with asynchronous history, optimized for high load scenarios New embeddable REST API, based on JAX-RS Java Script library for rendering BPMN 2.0 diagrams  Support for: Tomcat, JBoss, Glassfish and IBM Websphere AS Enahnced user management, supporting LDAP and JAAS Also new in 7.0.0 Fully Java EE 6 compliant process engine, support for message correlation, HTML5 Tasklist for human workflow, a new incident infrastructure in the process engine, lots of bugfixes, lots of helpful documentation.

camunda BPM 7.0.0-alpha6 released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Today we announce the release of camunda BPM 7.0.0-alpha6. In this release we focused on visualizing process instance state on top of a rendered diagram in cockpit. We added the following features:  Process Instance Detail view in cockpit visualizing active activity instances with count Updated process definition view to include failed jobs from subprocess instances Greatly improved Javascript BPMN 2.0 Renderer (now feature complete) Added persistent Activity Instance tree in process engine Event Subscription Query is exposed in REST and Java API 41 issues were closed.

camunda BPM 7.0-alpha5 released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Two weeks after the last alpha release we bring you the freshly baked* alpha5 version of the camunda BPM platform. The highlights of this crispy new release are: Failed jobs plugin in cockpit, Process Instance table in cockpit, Refined client-side plugin infrastructure, New incident infrastructure in process engine, Additions to the REST API, Complete support for websphere application server 8.5 (enterprise customers only) 50 JIRA issues were closed, see the complete release notes.

camunda BPM 7.0.0-alpha4 released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
Release early and release often. Today we bring you the next release of camunda BPM (7.0.0-alpha4). The Highlights are: First cut of new plugin API for camunda cockpit. Added message correlation to REST API. Support for shared process engine in IBM Websphere distribution (enterprise customers only). Read the full release notes in Jira. Message correlation in REST API With the previous release we added a message correlation method to the Java API.

camunda BPM 7.0.0-alpha3 released

Written by Thorben Lindhauer on , under Execution category.
camunda BPM 7.0.0-alpha3 is out now! It packs a bunch of new features such as support for Spring Process Applications and correlation via the engine's Java API. First things first: Get it here! Spring Process Applications Use process engines, container-managed or embedded, from within your Spring application context (on Tomcat, Glassfish). See below an example from our getting started guide: Message correlation BPMN offers two incoming message constructs that are supported by the engine: Message start events and intermediate catching message events.

camunda BPM 7.0.0-alpha2 released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.
I am happy to announce the release of camunda bpm platform 7.0.0-alpha2. This is the first camunda BPM release that contains a distribution for Glassfish Application Server. You can now download a complete open source BPM platform with fully compliant Java EE 6 integration! Download it now! Highlights: Glassfish 3.x Distribution with Java EE 6 process engine integration New Job Executor Service with JCA 1.6 Integration Job Executor manageability through JMX New space for documentation: http://docs.camunda.org/ with new installation guides.

camunda modeler 2.0.12 released

Written by Nico Rehwaldt on , under Execution category.
Yesterday we released version 2.0.12 of our modeler with a number of bug fixes as well as layout and usability improvements. One highlight is splitting layouted sequence flows to insert new flow elements between two connected nodes. Other things worth noting include Improved integration of the model wizard Proper support for event subprocess / non-interrupting start event Diagram image generation handles spaces in diagram file names correctly Event Subprocess Wizard integration We also fixed some crucial bugs, reworked the layouting of participants and the resize behavior of pools, lanes and subprocesses.