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Camunda NodeJS External Task Client 0.2.0 Released

Written by Seif Eddine Ghezala on , under Execution category.
We are so excited to announce a new alpha release of camunda-external-task-client-js, an NodeJS module that makes it possible to handle your BPMN Service Tasks. This release is focused on making it more flexible to handle variables. It improves setting variables and brings up two major features: setting local variables support for Date & File typed variables The following example will illustrate these features and show how they can be used.

Camunda NodeJS External Task Client 0.1.1 Released

Written by Seif Eddine Ghezala on , under Execution category.
We recently published the first alpha release of camunda-external-task-client-js, an NPM module that makes it possible to handle your BPMN Service Tasks in NodeJS. Today, a new alpha release is ready, bringing up major features that revolve around easily exchanging process variables between Service Tasks and the Workflow Engine. The feature set includes: Accessing single/all variables Creating/Updating single or multiple variables Support for primitive (e.g. Integer) and complex variable types (e.g.

Camunda NodeJS External Task Client 0.1.0-alpha Released

Written by Seif Eddine Ghezala & Fabian Hinsenkamp on , under Execution category.
We are so excited to announce what the team has been cooking for the past few weeks: camunda-external-task-client.js, a NodeJS client for Camunda External Tasks! The main features set includes: Fetch & Lock Tasks Globally Task Completion Lock Time Manipulation Fetch & Lock Tasks Globally A detail about the Camunda Engine API worth pointing out is that it’s possible to fetch external tasks as a batch independently of their specific topics.

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.