How To: Flowable and LDAP

In a previous post I wrote about how to build Flowable ('build from source') and then create a Docker image. In this post, we'll configure Flowable to use OpenLDAP. OpenLDAP Getting Started The easiest way to get started with OpenLDAP is to use a Docker image, for example: docker run…

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How To: Build Flowable

In a previous post I wrote about getting started with Flowable. In this post, we'll build Flowable ('build from source') and then create a Docker image. Prerequisites Homebrew Java 8 Install Git, Ant, Maven and Asciidoctor Install Git Its always a good idea to check for updates: brew update To…

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Flowable's REST API - Part 3

In a previous post, I wrote about using Angular, Angular Material and Flowable's REST API to create a bespoke Task List component: In this post, we'll use Angular, Angular Material and Flowable's REST API to create a bespoke Task component: Master/Detail Components At the moment, we have a Task…

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Flowable's REST API - Part 2

In previous posts, I have written about getting started with Angular Material and working with Angular Material's toolbar and sidenav. I have also written about getting started with Flowable and working with Flowable's REST API. In this post, we'll use Angular, Angular Material and Flowable's REST API to create a…

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Flowable's REST API - Part 1

I'm working on a proof-of-concept that needs to provide runtime support for the execution of business processes. Right now, I'm happy to use the Flowable Modeler to model business processes and to create User tasks and process instances, however, I'd also like to use Flowable's REST API to interact with…

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