Barium Live 2015.5 is here


2015.5 has reached Barium Live and brings some great new features to BPMN 2.0 process applications making it possible to make even more advanced applications.

Schedule triggers

Schedules can be added to timer events so that a process application is automatically triggered. A very useful feature for activities such as inspections, reporting and others that need to be performed on a regular basis. A schedule can ensure that a process is triggered on the first or last day each month, the first Monday, once a year or any other schedule that you may need.



Use reusable processes in your applications

Call Activities is the ability to use and reuse processes in applications so that you can be certain that activities, such as invoicing, which is usually done in several processes are always done in the same way. Reusing processes is the best way of ensuring compliance and creating applications that are easy to maintain.

Call Activity

Trigger other applications automatically with process messages

In many solutions it is useful to configure applications that can trigger and send information between each other automatically. This minimizes manual tasks and the risk of getting it wrong. Process messages makes work easier and speeds up the time it takes to start the related activities.

Process Message

And more…

There are several more useful and important new and improved features included in the 2015.5 upgrade as well as performance improvements and bug fixes. To get the full details, see the 2015.5 change log.

Jonathan Franze
Product Manager – Barium Live

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