WorkflowGen 7.4.0

New integration possibilities with webhooks and GraphQL

WorkflowGen version 7.4.0 introduces several new features to the GraphQL API and the incoming and outgoing webhooks features.

New mutations in webhooks and GraphQL build on WorkflowGen’s deep integration possibilities. Operations that can now be performed in this way using integrations with webhooks include adding and removing comments from a request and cancelling all actions with the same name from a request.

The ability to perform operations such as these allow more advanced integration. For example, certain functions normally performed in the WorkflowGen Administration Module or User Portal can instead be done via external applications into which WorkflowGen has been embedded, such as when using WorkflowGen as an orchestration engine that coordinates and processes requests and data between third-party applications.

Read how WorkflowGen can be used as an orchestration engine

Similarly, new mutations in the GraphQL API also allow certain operations to be performed outside of WorkflowGen, including adding users and groups, and adding or removing users from a group. These, along with other queries and mutations that have been added and enhanced over the past several WorkflowGen releases, provide developers with a faster and more fluid experience when developing integrations.

Read more on why we chose GraphQL for the WorkflowGen API

As well, the default language for condition editing (JavaScript or VBScript) can now be set in the Administration Module Configuration Panel.

Check out the WorkflowGen 7.4.0 release notes to download the installation packs or Docker image (the free version is available here).

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