como faço para criar um artefato personalizado? qual a tipo de arquivo (extensão)?Como inserir o artefato na modelagem de processo?
You may first define custom artifacts from the palette option.
Then, you may drag and drop any of your defined set into your models.
For further information, please refer to http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/es/index.html?artifacts.htm.
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I´d like to create a custom artifact which should be editable into figure outline.
I know that the image for a new custom artifact must be an image, and after inserting it in my model, I am not able to type anything into it. (As I type into an activity box, for example)
Does anybody have any idea to solve this?
Thanks for any help!
PS: My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
After you have move the artifact to the diagram, then you can modify the text. You can press F2 key in order to edit text. Check the attached image.
Hi Juan!Thanks for your answer!Actually, I would like to create an artifact similar as in attached example file, which "Incident" was written inside artifact. In example, I created "Incident" object using OpenOffice Draw application. I could only import it with contente already filled.I also would like to have this object similar as "Task" object. As my object was imported as an image, I guess it´s not possible.Thanks again!Regards.
We suggest to start a process with a Start event. In BPMN, start and end events are optional. However, processes with implicit start and end events are undesirable and could lead to misinterpretations.Use start and end events in each process and sub-process to represent its beginning and completion.
According your last question, it is correct. You cannot write inside an artifact because it is an imported image. You can just type a description below of it.
Hi Juan!Sure, I completely agree with your suggestion regarding start and end events!Thanks again!Regards,
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