You can now offer a work item to a different set of people if the work item is not completed within a defined time period. This could be useful, for example, to escalate an important task to a different part of your organization.
You can choose to offer the task to the original recipients or just the new set.
The period of time can be defined in minutes, hours, days or weeks.
You can now consume data from services that are provided via TIBCO Cloud Mesh using company data service tasks.
TIBCO Cloud Mesh provides the following features:
You can now consume services via TIBCO Cloud Mesh which contain Boolean and date-time types.
Date-time service data properties are presented with separate date and time mapping pickers. This is supported on input and output.
Boolean service properties can be mapped from and to "true" and "false" text values. This is supported on input and output and you can use 'A specific value' as well as 'text fields'.
You can now use temporary fields in conditional assignment calculation conditions.
For example, in an Order app with a list of Orderlines you can find and assign a reference to the first Orderline matching a given condition. You can make conditional assignments to fields within the matching Orderline via the temporary field.
You can now update data in complex list items from either process data or other expressions.
For example, in an Order app with a list of Orderlines you can find and assign a reference to the first Orderline matching a given condition. This allows you to access and update that Orderline's data via the temporary field.
In calculations, you can select specific groups as parameters for conditional assignment, copy, add to list and remove from list functions. You can unset field values using the conditional assignment and copy functions. We’ve added a new “Company Review” template to demonstrate how you might use this feature.
You can now see a graphical view of your application which shows the flow between states and the actions that progress the application between the states.
This provides an overview of the state flow that is configured in the application actions’ state availability and task exit-state configurations within the action editor. You can use the hyperlinks on the actions to open the editor for the action.
You can now specify conditions based on a user's selections from a picklist.
Create a text list in your application data and in the Restrictions properties provide a set of predefined values. In a conditional flow or a calculation task conditional assignment expression, name this list and select one of the following operations. Then select the relevant predefined values to check against.
4 new conditional expressions can be used:
This will allow designers to simplify their process design by using these expressions directly in conditional flows or assignments.