Automating Clinical Trial Processes Using BPM

Over the past decade, clinical trials have notoriously become plagued by problematic protocols, missed enrollment targets, and an unsettling level of redundancy and rework. Only about a third of drugs that enter clinical testing ever progress to large-scale phase III studies and success rate could decline further if healthcare reform moves up the norm for proving value over therapeutic alternatives. Life sciences companies forced

Build Custom Business Intelligence Dashboards in Bonita BPM

Introduction Dashboard is a type of interface which provides business overview using different charts, graphs, and data tables. Bonita BPM provides the dashboard to monitor the processes, cases with performance details but not the Business Transactional data, which is often considered the most important type of data to monitor the business activities on a higher level. Bonita BPM is flexible enough to integrate third-party

Extended MS SQL Server Database Connector for Bonita BPM

The Bonita Platform has Microsoft SQL Server connector which will only execute DML commands from the Java layer. However, this connector does not support the procedure calls. The idea behind curating this blog is to help Bonita developers overcome the issues faced with procedure call execution. To begin with, we have created one custom connector for Microsoft SQL Server Database 2008. This connector will

Bonita BPM Health Monitoring

Generally, one Bonita tenant could be running several processes. It is the responsibility of an administrator to regularly monitor the health status of Bonita engine for any failures. This blog presents an approach for monitoring the Bonita engine without logging in to the portal. To address this, we have created a separate process called ‘Health Monitoring’ which keeps listening to the Bonita engine for

How to Create a Custom Data Grid Widget in Bonita UI Designer

Bonita – the world’s fastest-growing open-source BPM provider offers an excellent UI design platform known as ‘Bonita UI Designer’. By using the exceptional features of Bonita UI designer, BPM developers can offer an ultramodern and improved experience to their business users and clients. The Bonita UI designer offers a number of default widgets such as text, link, image, container etc., which are quite helpful

How to Build Custom Widgets Using Bonita BPM UI Designer

Most BPM platforms provide task-oriented user interface design tools that are optimized for simple process-based applications. However, as the application and process complexity increases, UI design tools struggle to meet the changing business and customer priorities. Realizing this need, Bonita – the fastest growing open-source BPM provider has developed a flexible UI design platform known as ‘Bonita UI Designer’. By using the advanced features of

Configuring SQL Server with Bonita BPM using JTDS

The Bonita Engine utilizes an RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) to store information relating to the deployed process definitions, process configurations, history of process execution, users, etc. The installation comes with the H2 database as a default configuration. However, in the production environment, Bonita developers may need to use a robust database such as Oracle or Microsoft SQL Server. Additionally, Bonita makes use of

Making Workflow Migration Easier In Bonita BPM

A workflow designed in Bonita 6 can be seamlessly migrated to Bonita 7 and deployed without any glitches, provided the right steps are followed during the workflow migration. As we already know, BPM 7 contains a lot of interesting and useful new features such as the UI designer (an interesting tool integrated with Bonita software) where forms can be created effortlessly. Further, it provides certain

Guidelines for Effective Bonita BPM Migration

Bonitasoft is slowly phasing out its revolutionary Bonita Open Solution V5 and urging its users to embrace newer versions of BPM software. As a Bonita user, if you are planning for a Bonita BPM migration, this is the right time. Further, migrating to a newer version helps users gain access to fascinating set of new features such as actor mapping, configuring parameters and environments. The