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This easy to follow and configure console application leverage SmartObjects and the Workflow.Client API to enable customers to harvest records from an active database and use the data to start new process instances. This code could be used to tie an extranet and K2 based intranet together, to fire process instances from a proprietary document scanning application or to tie to any proprietary application that cannot support .net code in order to start process instances itself in conjunction with
A library of custom controls that can be used to workflow-enable nearly any ASPX page with little or no coding. The submit control encapsulates many features that developers normally repetitively code on each web page. Once connected to the workflow server, the control will automatically display all actions defined for the activity. The user can then choose an appropriate action and submit, with no code required by the developer. Page-to-page flow (without making the user go back to the worklist
A fully functional Microsoft AJAX and ASP.net enabled application which shows how to interact with K2 [blackpearl] via the API's. API’s demonstrated are: • Worklist API with search criteria • Process Management API • Reporting via Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (“SSRS”) • SmartObjects with a dynamic user interface based on the entity meta-data. This caters for associations and validation All K2 specific code has been relocated to a helper class
There are several ways via the API and SmartObjects that you can access worklist and process information from code. This project couples an easy to follow webpart with three popular API and SmartObject approaches and gives detailed comments and documentation to enable even the novice developer access to the world of webparts.
This Service Broker example connects to any Micrsoft Access Database and provides standard methods typically found in a SmartObject for any Access Table. (95 to 2007 Access Versions). Some known issues is supporting Fields with slashes and spaces should be addressed in future versions
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