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Plugin Tips & Tricks – Including Javascripts & CSS Files

29/08/2014 | Category: Development, Javascript, Plugins, ProcessMaker, ProcessMaker Tech Tips, User Interface

  I recently posted an article about my typical structure for a plugin.   In this article, I would like to share something that is very common when developing a ProcessMaker plugin and can help prevent developers from growing grey hairs   The Use Case There are many use cases for developing a plugin. You can […]


How To Structure a Plugin + Free Seed Plugin

21/08/2014 | Category: Development, Plugins, ProcessMaker, ProcessMaker Tech Tips | Tags: , , , ,

  ProcessMaker Plugins Plugins are often a big part in any ProcessMaker implementation. There are many reasons for this, here are a few: Plugins extend ProcessMaker functionality. Plugins act as wrappers for connecting to Third Party Systems and APIs. Plugins display complex reports. Plugins have access to Internal ProcessMaker Functions & Classes. Those are just […]

Enabling a ProcessMaker Plugin By Permission

26/06/2014 | Category: How To, Plugins, ProcessMaker, ProcessMaker Tech Tips, Solutions, Uncategorized, User Interface

I received a question last week and thought it would make a good subject for a blog post. So here is the question: Hi Ethan, I created my plugin and with the plugin I also created a Role for the plugin as well as a Permission. I assigned some users with the correct Role and […]

Re-enabling the workspace selection dropdown in the Login screen.

29/02/2012 | Category: ProcessMaker, ProcessMaker Tech Tips

Yes folks, as the title reads, in this post we’ll deal with an issue that affects mostly ProcessMaker Enterprise Edition users. If you manage several workspaces in ProcessMaker, you probably find the workspace selection dropdown in the Login screen pretty useful in order to keep track of all your workspaces and easily select which one […]


The Filesystem vs. ProcessMaker Maximum Number of Cases

11/08/2011 | Category: backup, How To, ProcessMaker Tech Tips

Did you ever ask yourself how does ProcessMaker store Input and Output documents? The answer to this question is closely related to the maximum number of cases your BPMS server may handle. Keep reading to understand this connection, and how to configure your server for an unlimited number of cases. So, how are Input and […]


[Video] ProcessMaker 2.0.31 new features

9/08/2011 | Category: BPM Training, BPMN, How To, IIS, ProcessMaker, ProcessMaker Tech Tips, release, Uncategorized, Versions | Tags: , , , , ,

ProcessMaker 2.0.31 was released on Monday with new features like skins 2.0, case notes, PDF security, conditional events and IIS compatibility. On this video we take a look at some of these features and how to use them. Click on the image to watch: Download the latest ProcessMaker release at the ProcessMaker SourceForge repository, join our ProcessMaker […]

Quick Screencast: Installing ProcessMaker on Windows from source in WAMP.

6/07/2011 | Category: BPMN, ProcessMaker, ProcessMaker Tech Tips | Tags: , , , , ,

On this 4 minute screencast, learn how to install ProcessMaker on Windows using an existing web server. This differs from the Windows .exe installation guide found on the wiki since here we are using the .tar.gz package found at the Processmaker SourceForge repository. This is a question many of our forum members had been asking for a while and […]

Customizing the home screen of your ProcessMaker BPM Software

14/06/2011 | Category: ProcessMaker, ProcessMaker Tech Tips | Tags: , , , ,

Customizing the home screen of your ProcessMaker BPM Software is easy to do and makes for a more dynamic BPM Software experience. I received a call from a user the other day who wanted to change the default screen he sees when he first logs in to his installation of ProcessMaker BPM Software. Business Process […]

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