Notifications. Notifications can be used to keep users apprised of new cases in their Inbox and notify them at specified times while running cases.
In ProcessMaker, all notifications are sent to users via email, which is why it is important to enter a valid email address for each user and properly configure ProcessMaker to connect to an email server so notifications can be sent out. There are three types of notifications: Task Notifications, which are sent when a user is designated to work on a task in a case. Message Events, which are sent at specified timings based upon when tasks (or groups of tasks) begin in a case. Dtc/10-06-02 (BPMN 2.0 examples non-normative document) BPMN Information Home. Worx International Inc. Mail. Hello, it's sometime hard to include multiple attachment, or to include pictures inside body.
Please find these 2 functions allowing sending email with attachment. usage : <? Phpecho date("H:i:s"); echo mail::sendMail("firstname.lastname@example.org", "Test Attach ". date("H:i:s"), "Contenu du mail <a href=3D'domain.com'>domain.com</a>", __FILE__, "email@example.com",'' , true);? ProcessMaker Architecture Diagrams. Architecture The architecture diagram below shows the relationship between the major components of the ProcessMaker Server and its interfaces with the outside world.
ProcessMaker contains two main components - a design environment and a run-time engine. Email - Settings. ProcessMaker can be configured to send out email to keep its users apprised of new cases in their Inbox and notify them at specified times while running cases.
This page explains the settings to configure ProcessMaker to use an email server. To automatically email a user when assigned to a case, see the Notification tab under Task Properties. To email users at particular times during the course of a case, create a Send Message Event. For greater flexibility, create a conditional notification with the PMFSendMessage() function in a trigger. Email Configuration. Date_default_timezone_set. America. Default Time Zone. In ProcessMaker 1.X, the default time zone for the ProcessMaker server is set in the defines.php file.
If using ProcessMaker version 2.0 see these instructions. Setting the Default Time Zone in define.php To set the default time zone for the ProcessMaker server, open the file <INSTALL-DIRECTORY>/workflow/engine/config/define.php with your preferred plain text editor.