The following frequently asked questions (FAQs) have been designed for a better understanding of the GeneXus BPM (Business Process Management) suite. They provide basic information regarding technical issues and licensing.
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Yes, as long as you abide by the XPDL format. Import from XPDL Option.
Yes, to XPDL. Export to XPDL Option.
Go to GeneXus XPDL Support.
The BPMN standard in version 2.0.
No, it only inserts data relative to the processes (metadata) in the database.
No, it only inserts the data of the processes (metadata) in the database.
Yes. That is possible to the extent that calls to external programs are made within the GX objects, for only GX objects may be associated with the diagram.
Yes. More information here: HowTo: Customize the GXflow Client.
Yes. Read more at: GXflow - GAM Integration.
Not at present. We are working on it. GXflow tables are created in the application’s database.
Yes, by using the GXflow API. HowTo: Start a Process from an External Application.
Yes. The Send Email property of the task must be set up. Read: Send e-mail Property.
They continue to run with the previous version. The new ones created start taking the new definition of the process.
Yes. It is possible to view statistical graphs in the (GXflow Statistics). It is also possible to use GXplorer to work with Datawarehouse, (GXflow X DataWarehouse).
Yes. Since GeneXus X Evolution 2 Upgrade 1. It is a .xpz distributed with GeneXus that is consolidated in the Knowledge Base, and it is possible to modify any object from that SD client. For more information, read: My first BPM Application.
Android (from XEv2 U1), Apple (from XEv2 U1).
Yes. Read more at: HowTo: Work with documents in GXflow
The deploy of programs is the same as the deploy of a GeneXus application. You then have to create the GXflow tables in the database (same than for the app) and impact the information of diagrams. To do this, the tool called Business Process Deployer is used. Read more at: HowTo: Deploy a Workflow-based Application
Yes, with the Business Process Deployer and the GeneXus Business Process Modeler.
It is a free, standalone tool that allows modeling business processes and then includes them in the GeneXus application. Read more at: GeneXus Business Process Modeler.
It is a standalone tool that enables the creation/modification of GXflow tables in the production environment, as well as impacting the information of business processes. It is installed with the GXflow setup.
Java, .NET, Apple, Android.
The same as GeneXus (SQLServer, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, DB2 iSeries, DB2 UDB, Informix, SAP Hana DB).
More information at GXflow Software Requirements.
It does not require licenses, it’s totally free.
Licenses may be nominative (license per inbox user) or concurrent (infinite inbox users).