ProcessMaker 4.2.29 Release Notes
ProcessMaker version 4.2.29 Release Notes.
Release Date: March 28, 2022.
ProcessMaker is proud to announce the immediate availability of ProcessMaker version 4.2.29. This update includes multiple new features and improvements.
ProcessMaker version 4.2.29 is not compatible with ProcessMaker versions 4.0.x through 4.1.x. ProcessMaker 4.2.29 is designed for new ProcessMaker implementations that are not upgraded from any previous versions.
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See the following sections for core product and non-core package versions for ProcessMaker version 4.2.29:
- Core product: ProcessMaker version 4.x core-product functionality is the ProcessMaker open-source edition.
- Non-core packages: ProcessMaker version 4.x packages extend core-product functionality. Packages are not available in the ProcessMaker open-source edition, but are available to customers that purchase or subscribe to ProcessMaker version 4.x. Release Notes that affect package functionality are documented in separate sections.
Release notes are cumulative with all previous ProcessMaker 4.x releases, and document new features, improvements, bug fixes, and/or known issues associated with this release unless otherwise noted.
Learn what's new in ProcessMaker version 4.2.29.
ProcessMaker version 4.2.29 introduces a role called "Process Manager." The user assigned this role from a Process's configuration can adjust routing for Requests in that Process. The Process Manager understands the Process design and workflow dynamics to troubleshoot Request routing incidents. Part of the Advanced User package, the Process Manager may be specified for each Process. Learn more.
Process designers may disable, or turn off, a Process so that they can make changes or not allow Requests be started using it. Learn more.
Search within a data array using the new PMQL operators
NOT IN. Learn more.
Administrators can configure both server-wide and intra-Process use, such as setting email servers, user synchronization options, and login authentication options. Learn more.
Trigger signals when a user is created, deleted, viewed, or updated. Learn more.
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