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Is there a BPMN Renderer in Confluence?

Hi,

i need a renderer for bpmn Models in Confluence.

I dont need a Modeler or something "interactive" only a renderer that shows bpmn files as grafic.

 

Thanks

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Wir nutzen die sehr gute APP DRAW. IO für alle unsere Prozessbeschreibungen in der Cloud für Confluence (BPMN-Methode und andere werden standardmäßig als Shapes angeboten). Über die Verknüpfungsfunktion können die einzelnen Prozessformen mit anderen Bereichen (Prozessstart/Absprung/Ende/etc.) verknüpft werden.

Ich kann es nur empfehlen. Wir verwenden keine Workflows damit.

 

Grüße - Gaby

Hallo Gaby,

ich habe Flower vorgeschlagen, weil es über die reine BPMN Modellierung, sich recht tief in Jira integriert. So lassen sich Processe nicht nur dokumentieren, sondern auch zum Leben erwecken, indem für jede Aktivität ein Jira ticket erstellt wir.
Wenn es natürlich nur um die dokumentation geht stimme ich dir zu.

 

Herzliche Grüße,

Florian

Hello Florian,

thank you for your feedback. Unfortunately, Jira is not yet a product of ours, but it offers a lot that will certainly not only help project and service teams.
Ultimately, a significantly very good support in agile day-to-day business for an uncomplicated solution-oriented communication with each other and therefore can achieve very good results.
Process documentation according to BPMN method and implemented enriched with workflow and release tools, would be a super solution within Confluence.

As far as I have seen, this is not possible with Flower, right?

many greetings - gaby

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Dominic Lagger Community Leader Jan 05, 2022

Hi @synchronisator 

Out of the box, confluence can't do this. While you do not need a modeler, then you should show the model with an image. 

When you want a modeler, who also can display the model, here are two possible apps:

Regards, Dominic

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