Business spaces for human-centric BPM, Part 4, Using custom form renderer for human tasks

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Sascha Schwarze

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: June 29, 2011

Business Space and the Human Task Management widgets allow you to start with a comprehensive out-of-the-box experience for all participants in human-centric BPM, then adapt the experience to user roles and user interactions without programming. You can also develop custom renderers and custom widgets, thus reducing the development effort compared to developing a complete custom user interface.

Learn the concepts and benefits of using a custom form renderer for human tasks. This article walks you through a step-by-step example for developing and integrating a custom form renderer into the Task Information widget. This content is part of the IBM Business Process Management Journal.

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