Workflow Commons

Content Type: Module
Categories: Scheduling


This module provides out-of-the-box content to get you started with building workflows in Mendix. Read more about this module and how to set it up in our documentation. 


Please see Workflow Commons in the Mendix documentation for details.


Version: 3.2.0
Framework Version: 10.3.0
Release Notes: - We upgraded the module to Mendix 10.3.0 - You can now delete an obsolete workflow definition in the 'Workflow management' page - We introduced a new wizard to clean-up completed and aborted workflows, you can find this option in the 'Possible actions' menu of the 'Workflow details' page - We now use the Gallery widget in the 'My initiated workflows' page - We removed dependency on the 'List view controls' widget - We added support for the new multi-user task decision method (Microflow)
Version: 3.1.1
Framework Version: 10.1.0
Release Notes: - We upgraded the module to Mendix 10.1.0 - We fixed consistency errors 'CE0115' raised on 'Assign' button in 'UserTask_Assign' page due to the new Microflow arguments functionality
Version: 3.1.0
Framework Version: 10.0.0
Release Notes: - We upgraded the module to Mendix 10.0.0 - We added support for new multi-user task decision methods (Majority, Threshold) - We changed the way target users are displayed on the workflow admin page so that it is consistent with the list of assignees - We changed the way the decision method is retrieved on the workflow admin page
Version: 3.0.0
Framework Version: 10.0.0
Release Notes: * We upgraded the module to Mendix 10.0.0-beta2 * We added support for multi-user tasks * With the introduction of multi-user tasks, assignees are now a reference set. If you used Workflow Commons in your project before and have existing data on user tasks, you will need to migrate your existing assignee data in Workflow Commons. Note: you can only upgrade data from Workflow Commons v2.4.0 or higher, if you currently use a version of WFC before this version, please upgrade to WFC v2.4.0 or higher first. To run the migration, you can either: * Use the migration microflow 'ACT_Assignee_Migration' (also added to the 'WorkflowAdminCenter' page), or: * Add the 'ASu_Assignee_Migrate' microflow to the project's after startup microflow to transfer to the new association 'UserTaskView_Assignees'. * The 'UserTaskView_Assignee' association is deprecated, please use the 'UserTaskView_Assignees' association instead. See the note regarding multi-user tasks above. * We added support for lock/unlock; you can now lock or unlock a workflow definition from the Workflow Management page. If a workflow definition is locked, no new instances of this workflow can be created. When you lock/unlock a workflow definition, you can choose to pause/unpause the running workflow instances.
Version: 2.5.0
Framework Version: 9.20.0
Release Notes: - We upgraded the module to Mendix 9.20.0 - Starting with Mendix 9.20.0, you can disable the auto-assignment of users when opening a user task. We updated the user task page templates to include the message "You can only complete a task when you are the assigned user" that is displayed when you open a user task page and you are not the assigned user for this user task - We optimized the 'Refresh' action that is used in the Task Inbox page. For this action we now use the 'Refresh entity' action that is available in the Nanoflow Commons module. This module is included by default when starting a new app. If your app currently does not include the Nanoflow Commons module, please make sure to import Nanoflow Commons from the marketplace when upgrading to v2.5.0 of Workflow Commons