Some business processes require asking for more information during the steps. This information can be different from step to step or simply be some settings that need to be related to the record. This post will show you how to configure your coreBOS to do just that.
This month we have a great guest post from Hafsa Laçi where she explains how to evaluate rules and decision tables using the coreBOS workflow system with some new functionality we implemented last month. Enjoy!
coreBOS has a very powerful import functionality which completely solves the problem of one to many relations but it has no native way of importing many to many relations. A few years ago we implemented the Import/Export Relations extension, which has recently seen an interesting enhancement. Read on to learn how to manage importing relations in your coreBOS.
In last month's post we discussed two approaches to the Force Steps Pattern based on business maps. This month we study the third option commented there based on the Process Flow modules with a very complete guest post from one of our team members Franceska who has been testing and implementing it for the past weeks.
On occasions, we want to force our users to follow all steps defined in a business process. There are many variations on this idea and many ways to implement it. In this post, we will see a validation and business map solution based on steps defined in a picklist.