I'd likt to get a process started every first day of a month. Is it possible to schedule a process?

Regards, Daniel

asked 20.07.2016 at 15:17

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Should be an easy task for a 'Program Start' Event. In this process element you can start a process by a custom condition which you define by java code. Then you can lead the process flow to a task switch so that a user can pick it up later.

There is already a default implementation that starts a process by an interval (e.g. every 10 seconds). It should be easily adaptable to run this process by a date condition. Just copy the source of the ch.ivyteam.ivy.process.eventstart.beans.AutoProcessStarterEventBean into your project source code, rename the class and adjust it for your needs.alt text


answered 21.07.2016 at 08:44

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edited 21.07.2016 at 08:46

Meanwhile there are also open source implementations available that let you start a process base on intervals or only on certain days/hours/minutes. These timedStartEventBeans are available on Github: https://github.com/ivy-supplements/bpm-beans/blob/master/timedStartEvent-beans/README.md alt text

(28.07.2017 at 03:15) Reguel Werme... ♦♦ Reguel%20Wermelinger's gravatar image
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