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Services Definition with Spagic

This video shows how to configure a service, how to link it to a connector as well as how to deploy and monitor it. Both Spagic Studio and Spagic Console are used in this video. The video also displays an example of the configuration of a service that makes XSLT-mapping, linked to a connector that calls the service using the HTTP protocol.

Process Modeling with Spagic

This video shows how to model a simple process, how to configure the services that implement the process, how to link it to input and output connectors as well as how to deploy and monitor it. The applications Spagic Studio and Spagic Console are used in this video. The video displays an example of designing a simple process through an automatic task that executes a scripting service. It also shows the whole configuration process of the services and connectors involved in the process as well as the monitoring of the processes and its components (services, connectors).

Deployment and execution of complex processes with human tasks

This video shows a complex process and its main parts, focusing on automatic and manual tasks. It illustrates the configuration of the services that implement the processes, the linkage to input and output connectors as well as the deployment and monitoring of processes. Moreover, it offers an example of interaction with the processes manual tasks, showing the monitoring on Spagic Console and the manipulation of the forms defined for manual tasks in Spagic Tasklist. The applications Spagic Studio, Spagic Console and Spagic TaskList are used in this video.

User interaction through editable PDF files

This video shows an interaction mode supporting the compilation of complex forms. It allows users to use forms of arbitrary complexity and layout, realized through proprietary and open source solutions. The interaction among the PDF files, editable and downloadable onto one’s own desktop, is supported by Spagic Tasklist or by custom web applications.
Further interaction modes are provided by Spagic workflow APIs, which allow the partial compilation and materialization of PDF files. Users can also save data during the forms compilation.

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