DECEMBER 11, 2017

Author: Tijs Rademakers

Today we released a new version of Flowable with the 6.2.1 release.

The 6.2.1 release has the following highlights:


  • Lots of additions to the CMMN 1.1 Engine, including timer support, repetition support, DMN and HTTP task support and variable query support.

  • Rest documentation is now also generated based on the Swagger definitions to ensure it’s always in sync with the REST controller code.

  • Improved support of ChangeActivityStateBuilder to move an execution in a process instance to another activity that’s part of the process definition.

  • Enhanced the CMMN Modeler palette with timer event listeners, DMN and HTTP tasks and additional properties like timer expressions and repetition expressions.

  • Improved support of CMMN in the Flowable Task app.

  • Various small bugfixes all around.

Community contributors

  • Pascal Schumacher (PascalSchumacher)

  • Stijn de Pestel (stijndepestel)

  • Robert Hafner (roberthafner)

  • Xin Wang (dram)

  • David Malkovsky (dbmalkovsky)

  • Michael Lippens (mlippens)

  • Marco van Zwetselaar (zwets)

  • Yanming Zhou (quaff)

  • Christophe Deneux (cdeneux)

Upgrade notes

To harmonize the deployers between the BPMN and CMMN engine the ProcessEngineConfigurator interface has been renamed to EngineConfigurator and moved to the flowable-engine-common module. In addition a new flowable-spring-common module has been added to shared common Spring classes between the BPMN and CMMN spring modules.

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Tijs Rademakers

VP Engineering

BPM enthusiast and Flowable project lead

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