Extending Workflow database tables is accomplished within FlowWright by adding any number of columns. The workflow API is written such that it is able to retrieve update information from the custom data columns. Simply by adding columns to the workflow tables the designer completes the extending workflow database activity.
For example, Extending Workflow let’s say that you want to track PortalID as an extra column for a given definition. Workflow definition table has the following structure:
Using the MS SQL Server Management Studio, add an extra column to this table called “PortalID” with a data type of integer. With this added feature the workflow definition API has the following two methods for managing data for this new property:
A small sampling of the Workflow Technology for BPM Solutions contained within our FlowWright product offering can be found here: