JULY 7, 2022

Task listeners are reusable snippets of logic that are automatically invoked by the engines on certain lifecycle events of the task. They are not visible in the diagram and thus can be used to add technical logic to a process or case without exposing it to the business user in the diagram. In the movie, it is demonstrated how such a task listener can be used to automatically create an action for a task that will show up as a button in the quick menu in Flowable Work. ▶ Additional Resources: https://documentation.flowable.com/la...https://documentation.flowable.com/la...

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