CTO Tuesdays, 2/15: Approval Task Patterns

Join Active Endpoints CTO, Michael Rowley, on Tuesday, February 15 at 12pm ET / 17:00 UTC. The topic is "Approval Task Patterns." Register: www.activevos.com/ctot.

Approvals are one of the most common tasks performed by people in every organization and can range from a simple single person, sequential approval, to a complex parallel group voting process. The WS-HumanTask specification doesn’t explicitly describe how different types of approval patterns can be implemented, but in this episode Michael will explain how these different types of approval patterns can be supported. Michael will demonstrate how to use the ActiveVOS designer, the WS-HumanTask activity and the ActiveVOS Central task list system to show you how it’s done!

Technologies discussed on CTO Tuesdays cover a wide variety of BPM technologies, including BPMN 2.0, SOA, web services, process modeling tools, BPEL, execution engines, AJAX-based forms development and human task integration.

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