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Camunda 7.4.0-Alpha2 released
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...
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Impressions from Camunda Community Day 2015
Last week our annual Camunda Community Day took place. I always enjoy that day very much because it gives me the opportunity to get in touch with community contributors and users. I always learn a lot during these days and I take a lot of engergy away from ...
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BPMN Quest - Camunda as a Game Engine!
This year at the annual Camunda hackdays one team bravely took it upon themselves to balance out the innovative and useful projects with something fun and frivolous. For two days somewhere in Brandenburg we were "Awesome-Team-Awesome" and we turned the Camu...
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Context Help in Camunda using SOLR Search Server
Last week we had our anual hack days - that means 48 hours of producing something aswesome. Together with Falko, Ingo and Thorben we build a context help within the Camunda BPM Workbench protoype. This uses Apache SOLR  to index various sources (we did the ...
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Process Test Coverage Report
As part of the Hack Days this year my colleague Falko migrated an existing tool we (Camunda Consulting) used with success in a lot of projects to  bpmn.io : The Process Test Coverage Report Generator . It just hooks into an automated test (typically JUnit) ...
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Migrate Process Versions
My colleague Ingo just finished a new cockpit plugin allowing to easily migrate a running process instance to a new version of the process definition: You can find the sources of the plugin on GitHub: https://github.com/camunda/camunda-cockpit-plugins/tree/...
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Rendering BPMN and highlight current task using bpmn.io
With bpmn.io and the Camunda REST API it is really simple to develop a small HTML page that displays a process instance grafically and highlights some activities. In our " JSF Simple Tasklist " snippet we used this to highlight the current Task (like it is ...
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Rendering BPMN and highlight current task using bpmn.io
With bpmn.io and the Camunda REST API it is really simple to develop a small HTML page that displays a process instance grafically and highlights some activities. In our " JSF Simple Tasklist " snippet we used this to highlight the current Task (like it is ...
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Job Prioritization for Asynchronous Processing at Scale
Camunda users process heavy workloads with the process engine. Often this includes asynchronous processing which is handled using the job executor component. The amount of jobs that need to be processed can quickly reach an order of magnitude of millions of...
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Camunda BPM 7.4.0 Alpha 1 Released
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: Cont...
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