Use Camunda Standard Forms (from the modeller) and Conditional Non-Interrupting Boundary Events


#1

Hi All,

If I use the standard forms provided with Camunda is it then possible to use a conditional non-interrupting boundary event on a User Task or Sub Process; since the Save Button doesn’t send something back to the process engine? What would be the way to make this work without using external forms?

Cheers, Steven


#2

Hi @stevena,

here is an example how to use the save button to write variables to the engine: https://github.com/camunda-consulting/code/tree/master/snippets/task-form-save-to-engine (instead of the local browser cache).

Another option is to implement a button in the embedded form and wire it to the update variable rest call: https://docs.camunda.org/manual/7.10/reference/rest/process-instance/variables/put-variable/.

Hope this helps, Ingo


#3

Thanks, works great!