I am using Camunda Platform more and more for my Node/Express application, and I enjoy it more and more! Thanks btw for the help provided on this forum!
I would like to let users (who model workflows, and let them run in the background thanks to Camunda) have access to some reporting and notifications (email) when errors occur. It could be for instance:
- errors during execution, which are in most cases thrown by
I have read the “error handling” section of the user guide, but I am a bit confused on the best approach I should take. Would you please have some guidelines, or a link to some further documentation/tutorial that could help? (on of my needs would be if I want to notify by email when an error occurs).
Also, I would like to report the error messages produced by Camunda, but with the opportunity to “simplify” them a bit. For instance, by removing all the Java-language related stuff (e.g. stack trace). Ideally, I would like to be able to relay on error codes, and object IDs (such as activity IDs where the error occurred) to present a business-friendly message - possibly translated to languages other than English (Spanish, French, …). It looks to me that the error messages are kind of hard-coded, which would make this task difficult, if not impossible, but maybe I have missed something?
Many thanks for your help on any of these 2 questions!