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start a proccess without user interaction(automate starting of a proccess)

How is it possible to start a proccess with creation of a record in an external database

in sharepoint you can define a workflow to be started by created-item when a record has created then work flow starts

we have a proccess to correct customer information,but the base form is filling by another software and save in another database,but we want to collect their records and send it to bizagi

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Dear Sor,

Bizagi offers its functionality so that it can be invoked directly from external applications through a service-oriented API.Both processes and the data model in Bizagi are automatically available to be used by means of Web Services.Such SOAP Web services constitute Bizagi API and do not require starting configuration for their use. Withing this powerful integration option of Bizagi, any application or external system has the possibility to create new instances of Bizagi Processes, execute a Process Activity, trigger an Event, or search for and update business information of Processes instances, amongst others.Such web methods available are standard SOAP compliant with XML-structured inputs and outputs (requests and responses).

  • Bizagi SOA Layer

The SOA Layer is a layer implemented in Bizagi to provide the Processes functionality for the ESB (Enterprise Server Bus) in a BPM corporate solution. From a system’s architecture point of view, Bizagi is compliant with Service Oriented Architectures, in which, applications expose their main functionalities as services (to ensure best practices for integration between systems running on heterogeneous platforms).

  • Bizagi data model

To use Bizagi's SOA layer effectively, it is advisable to first view and understand your Bizagi project's data model structure. This ensure that information sent within the XML structure is consistent with any given Bizagi web method. Through Bizagi's XML schemas options, you may generate and view the XSD (XML Schema Definition) of any entity or Process data model structure (as expected by Bizagi). In addition to this, keep in mind that to send information to Bizagi via XML, you may use the business keys definition to update or reference existing records.For further information:

Regards

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Dear Sor,

Bizagi offers its functionality so that it can be invoked directly from external applications through a service-oriented API.Both processes and the data model in Bizagi are automatically available to be used by means of Web Services.Such SOAP Web services constitute Bizagi API and do not require starting configuration for their use. Withing this powerful integration option of Bizagi, any application or external system has the possibility to create new instances of Bizagi Processes, execute a Process Activity, trigger an Event, or search for and update business information of Processes instances, amongst others.Such web methods available are standard SOAP compliant with XML-structured inputs and outputs (requests and responses).

  • Bizagi SOA Layer

The SOA Layer is a layer implemented in Bizagi to provide the Processes functionality for the ESB (Enterprise Server Bus) in a BPM corporate solution. From a system’s architecture point of view, Bizagi is compliant with Service Oriented Architectures, in which, applications expose their main functionalities as services (to ensure best practices for integration between systems running on heterogeneous platforms).

  • Bizagi data model

To use Bizagi's SOA layer effectively, it is advisable to first view and understand your Bizagi project's data model structure. This ensure that information sent within the XML structure is consistent with any given Bizagi web method. Through Bizagi's XML schemas options, you may generate and view the XSD (XML Schema Definition) of any entity or Process data model structure (as expected by Bizagi). In addition to this, keep in mind that to send information to Bizagi via XML, you may use the business keys definition to update or reference existing records.For further information:

Regards