New QuickBPM feature - Scripts
We’ve added a new activity to the business process management tool kit, the Scrip activity.
A script is a file with a TypeScript code that allows working with app data: create, request, change and delete app items and interact with external systems via HTTP.
For example, when processing an order, the system can automatically calculate bonuses of a sales person. By executing a script, the system will determine the amount of bonuses based on the order cost and the employee interest rate.
At the end of the month, such statistics will be collected in one document and then sent to the payroll accountant, while the data for the previous month will be cleared.
Scripts also help establish interaction with external systems. Suppose the company sells products via the Internet. When a client clicks the Place Order button, a script can automatically launch a process in QuickBPM that will contain all the order details.
Using scripts, you can send the data back to your website. For example, once the order is shipped, a responsible employee specifies the order tracking number on the task page in QuickBPM. The script will send this number back to the web site, where a customer will be able to see it.
More information about scripts can be found in the QuickBPM Help Center: https://help.quickbpm.io/hc/en-us/articles/360027203731
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