• Camunda BPM Custom Batch 1.3.0

    I’m happy to announce the new version 1.3.0 of the Camunda BPM Custom Batch extension. This extension provides a simple way to use the camunda batch functionality for your own purposes and split huge workloads into small asynchronous jobs. If you are interested in how the extension is working, and how customers use it, take a look at the presentation slides from CamundaCon 2018. So what happened since version 1.0.0? Here is a summary of exclusive and prioritized batch jobs.

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  • Camunda BPM Custom Batch 1.0.0 – New Community Extension

    Have you ever tried to create your own custom batch with Camunda BPM? Well, I did, and it was very time consuming and quite complex. There isn’t really a public API for this purpose. You have to work at the entity level and take care that batch configuration is saved to the ACT_GE_BYTEARRAY database table. That’s why I’ve decided to create the Camunda BPM Custom Batch Extension. The goal of this extension is to provide a simple way of using the Camunda Batch functionality for your own purposes. If you have no clue what Camunda Batch is for, it can be used to split a huge workload (e.g., like reassigning all tasks) into small asynchronous jobs. See the official Camunda...

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  • Batch Operations with Camunda 7.6

    Camunda 7.6 got released few weeks ago and it comes with many new exciting features. One of them is the extended Batch Operation feature and within this post I am gonna tell you what you can do with it and why it is so useful. Before I outline some really good use cases for Batch Operations let’s have a look what the concept actually means. Batch In general, batch processing is a concept in which a number of jobs is executed without manual intervention. Therefore, in Camunda the Batch operation concept can be used to offload workload from the current execution to the background. This means that with the help of this concept operators are able to perform administrative operations...

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