M318 API CONTROL
Last updated Mar 30, 2017

External Control Access to [Process Model Connecting API]

Questetra provides a [Process Model Connecting API] that can be used to connect Workflows to each other or to something else and a [Developer API] that enables full-scale development of applications. For each App Creator's who has established the reception of external requests, a [Process Model Connecting API] will be opened. If there are unnecessary API communications, they should be closed accordingly.

External Control Access to [Process Model Connecting API]

a. Message Start Event (HTTP)
By Receiving HTTP requests, a new Issue will start automatically
b. Catching Message Intermediate Event (HTTP)
Add data to the Issue in progress
c. Message Start Event (Form)
By posting to Web Form, a new Issue will start automatically
d. Message Start Event (Email)
By Receiving Email, a new Issue will start automatically
  • The Process Model Connecting API is set up in the Business Process definition (Process Model)
  • Users with System Administrator Authorization can comprehensively browse API open states of all the Business Process definition
  • Those Users can also comprehensively browse Catching Message Intermediate Event (HTTP) which transmits HTTP requests to an external server
a. Suspend New Start
Suspend the App which is opening its API
b. Delete Event Icon
After Deleting the definition part of the opening API, Release the App as a new version
  • Even when Suspending App and blocking newly Start, it is possible to maintain the ongoing Issue
  • Even when Modifying a definition and Releasing App as a new version, the ongoing Issues will progress according to the old version
  • To Modify Business Process definition, App Administrator is required (M302)