3 Replies Latest reply on May 20, 2013 7:51 AM by Mauricio Salatino

    Service Tasks for Android

    Lenka Šišková Newbie

      Hi there,
      I am from Slovakia and I am studying in Brno on Faculty of Informatics. This year I was writing my bachelor thesis on topic Business processes demonstration for Android platform. In practical part of my thesis I made three Service Tasks using Android libraries. First one get current location, second one send SMS with latitude and longitude on default number and the last one add scheduled event to calendar. I tested them on real devices and they worked just fine, but those test processes was created using API, not BPMN editor. I hope my work will be an inspiration for at least some of you for creating your own service tasks for Android and maybe one day there will repository full of tasks for Android.

       

      Source code can be find im my Github repository (link below). This repository contains config files and handlers for those task, short html page with informations about each of them and my test apps.ff

       

       

      Feel free to use them or change them in any way you need


      Lenka

       

      P.S. promissed link: https://github.com/lenka8d/tasks.git

        • 1. Re: Service Tasks for Android
          Mauricio Salatino Master

          Hi Lenka,

          That sounds really good but looking at your repository I didn't found the Handlers, can you elaborate a little bit more about what your project is doing?

           

          I'm also looking forward to create a repository full of handlers, but I'm not sure to understand where those handlers are. Can you elaborate also a little bit more about how your process should look like? or where is your process defined?

           

          Cheers

          • 2. Re: Service Tasks for Android
            Lenka Šišková Newbie

            Hi,

            implementation of handlers can be found i folder Tasks/NAMEOFTASK/lib/file.jar, in this jar file is handler.java and handler.class files. For testing, there were created only simple executable processes consisting of start node, end node and two service tasks, but for demonstration I made 2 processes using this tasks:

            delivery.jpg

            meeting.jpg

            Lenka

            • 3. Re: Service Tasks for Android
              Mauricio Salatino Master

              Hi Lenka,

              Those use cases looks great, but you should share the source code of the handlers instead of the compiled jars inside your github repository. If you intend that someone else use them, you need to make available the source code, so it can be easily modified.

               

              Cheers