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What’s new in SAP Cloud Platform Workflow (webinar)? – Fall edition

It’s fall – what a great time of the year and what an amazing week we had at SAP TechEd Las Vegas. In our sessions around SAP Cloud Platform Workflow and SAP Cloud Platform Business Rules, aka the Orchestration services, we shared a lot of information. It was amazing to see how the participants also experienced the services in our hands-on sessions and CodeJams (mini-edition). Before we head to the next event – SAP TechEd Barcelona, I would like to invite you to take a rest and join us in our webinar.

In the upcoming webinar “What’s new in SAP Cloud Platform Workflow?“, we will talk about the recently added features and content delivered. We, means, Christian Loos, Chief Product Owner of SAP Cloud Platform Workflow and myself, product manager.

Please be invited to register for one of the sessions, lean back and enjoy the show 😉 And of course gain some knowledge.

And here’s the link for registration:

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Oh, probably you ask yourself, what will these guys present? Good question. Let me give you some hints…or just listen to our Podcast conversation (starting at 8:00).

Well, we will talk about Principal Propagation, Task Query APIs, how to configure and use eMail Tasks and also how to look-up APIs from SAP API Business Hub. If you have ever designed and implemented a workflow on your own, you know, that creating the user interface can be a lot of work. We would like to reduce these efforts tremendously. One the one-hand side we provide now a feature to generate UIs based on the workflow context. And just a few weeks ago we released another possibility – Workflow Forms. With the help of the form editor you will model simple forms or approval UIs without any coding involved. Sounds great? I guess so.

But we did not only add new features to SAP Cloud Platform Workflow. We also want to increase your productivity while creating workflows with dedicated content. So you will find several scenarios where workflows are involved in combination with blueprints and code samples – scenario-based enablement content. Additionally, we are delivering content via SAP WebIDE. For example, sample applications to extend LoB applications in the cloud, but also content to experience collaboration features using SAP Jam.

Within the upcoming webinar, Christian and I, will introduce these new features, talk about the content we are shipping and also highlight some customer use cases. Looking forward to talk to you.

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