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This guide covers all of the procedures involved in the installation, setup, and maintenance of WorkflowGen. It is aimed at system administrators who will be required to install or carry out maintenance of the application.
This guide provides a detailed list of WorkflowGen features and technical requirements, as well as information on configurations and scalability, and examples of usage metrics.
This guide describes all the screens of the WorkflowGen Administration Module and provides instructions for the form designer, the workflow designer, and user and participant management, as well as a complete list of related operating rules. It also describes the built-in workflow applications and how to use them, and includes a list of possible errors along with their explanations.
This guide provides instructions on how to use the WorkflowGen User Portal, including how to launch, handle, follow-up and delegate requests, perform searches using Advanced View, use the Quick Approval feature, generate real-time statistics, and create custom charts and dashboards. The guide also includes a list of possible errors along with their explanations. It is an important resource for process participants.
This guide describes the WorkflowGen upgrade procedure, including important notes before upgrading.
This guide provides instructions on WorkflowGen integrations, including how to use the WorkflowGen GraphQL and web services APIs, how to create incoming and outgoing webhooks, how to build applications for WorkflowGen using .NET Framework, how to customize the User Portal, and how to create custom authentication modules.
This guide provides instructions on how to use the WorkflowGen command line interface (CLI), including a complete list of commands with their usages, arguments, and options, as well as examples for each. With the WorkflowGen CLI, you can interact with your WorkflowGen application directly from a terminal or a CI-CD process.
This guide provides instructions on integrating WorkflowGen with Microsoft Azure, including configuration instructions for Active Directory authentication and user provisioning, Azure SQL database, Azure Files, Azure Load Balancer, and SendGrid SMTP.
This guide provides instructions on how to set up, configure, deploy, and manage WorkflowGen integrations with Docker.
This guide covers the Web Services API of WorkflowGen. It is aimed at developers who will be integrating WorkflowGen with third-party applications.
This guide covers the WorkflowGen.My Class Library. It is aimed at developers who will be creating custom web forms and integrations.
This guide provides instructions on how to build web forms for WorkflowGen in Visual Studio using .NET Framework 4 and the WorkflowGen.My assembly.
This guide provides detailed information on WorkflowGen compliance with the WCAG 2.1 standard.