Alfresco's Workdesk has a BPM plugin to integrate with Filenet P8's BPM product as well as with the Alfresco's Activiti or JBPM. It is very easy to install and configure, there are some examples shipped with Workdesk for reference.
Finally the day has arrived!! It is now possible to have Ephesoft running on Linux environments! This are exciting news many people has been waiting for a long time.
Getting rid of a Windows VM or box is more cost effective and improves the data collection according to information in Ephesoft's website.
One of the cool things Activiti has since its beginnings is the workflow diagram. This diagram is created during the workflow definition, typically using Eclipse's Activiti plugin. During a workflow's lifetime that diagram gets updated indicating the state of the workflow by highlighting the current task.
With its lastest release of the Activiti Designer, Activiti has moved more than a step forward in workflow definition and development. This tool was first announced a while ago (in the Alfresco DevCon 2013 celebrated in Berlin) and has been a very demanded one from developers and business people.
This tool allows the easy creation of Activiti workflows including deployment to an existing Alfresco repository. Apart from the process definitions, this tool can create the corresponding workflow model and form definitions and deploy them.
In our latest post, we explained which are the new features of the new Alfresco version. One of them was easying the customization of Spring Surf and Alfresco Share components. In this blog post we will explain which is the best way to extend and customize the Share UI components and pages.
As you will know Alfresco Share has been built using the Spring Surf technology, which Alfresco contributed it originally to the Spring community.
Alfresco has recently released its latest version for Enterprise and Community editions with great new features that makes the end users lives easier.
1. New look
Alfresco has changed quite a bit the look and feel of their main user interface (Alfresco Share), making it cleaner and nicer letting the user focus on the importan content of the page. As the screenshot below shows some management buttons have been moved or replaced by icons, the CSS has been changed to make it sexier, etc.