External Applications


External Applications: Calling Flows

Summary There are two ways that flow can be executed from an external application: (1) via call to a generated service (specific to this flow), or (2) via call to a generic Flow Execution Service.   Example CALLING...

Calling Decisions Flows / Rules from Code

[crayon-5dd06c802c83e065911540/] Multiple Approaches: 1. Rest / POST / GET // Run rule as GET Stopwatch ruleGET = newStopwatch(); for (int i = 0; i < iterations; i++)            ...

External Applications: Calling Rules (REST)

Summary A rule can be made into a REST web service that supports either HTTP GET or POST methods. REST calls to a rule require either (1) valid user session ID, or (2) valid user authentication ID. The...

External Applications: Calling Flows (REST)

Summary A flow can be made into a REST web service that supports either HTTP GET or POST methods. REST calls to a flow require either (1) valid user session ID, or (2) valid user authentication ID. The...

External Applications: Authentication

Summary Calls into Decisions may require being authentication by a sessionId . An example of such a call is calling a flow via REST service. This example shows how to get a session Id using a set of...