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Upgrading and migrating Business Automation Workflow

The Business Automation Workflow (BAW) and IBM Integration Designer (IID) lifecycle page is the best place to check for the latest product versions. You generally want to target either the latest version or latest LTSR for an upgrade. If you go to an LTSR then there might be many more...

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BPM & BAW Migration Best Practices

“I have a process application initially developed in BPM 8.0 and need to get it to a supported product version without changing anything.” “I’m on BAW 19.0.0.3 but have process applications that still use heritage human services and heritage coaches.” “I need to move my entire environment...

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Here Comes "Automation Reaction" on April 28 – The IBM Community Speaks!

It’s amazing what you learn from your kids. My teenagers showed me a new genre of YouTube video called a “Reaction Video.” For those who don’t know, a reaction video features a person or people watching a music video, video game, film trailer, reality show or some such digital content and then...

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Encrypting credentials in IBM Business Automation Workflow - part 2

Focus of part 1 was configuration of a custom encryption key for IBM Business Automation Workflow when persisting credentials in its database. It is important to note that some of the features in IBM Business Automation Workflow use WebSphere Application Server's password utility when...

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A Note on Performance of JavaScript in IBM Business Automation Workflow

Authors: Andrea Baader & Georg Sander JavaScript in IBM BAW IBM Cloud Pak for Automation is IBM’s Cloud solution for all automation needs. IBM Business Automation Workflow, which is part of IBM Cloud Pak for Automation, provides automated workflow capabilities for business process...

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How to monitor operator log during IBM Business Automation Workflow on container install

The IBM Business Automation workflow on container install process can be divided into four stages Generally speaking. Planning, preparing, installing and completing. This blog can help you on the installing stage. In install stage you will have target operator installed. And the operator will...

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Track client IP for new user sessions in IBM Business Automation Workflow

We have received many questions and feature requests around tracking "active" users in IBM Business Automation Workflow. The interpretation of "active users" varies greatly - from users who can access the system (because they exist in an LDAP server and are authorized to do X) up to concurrent...

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IBM Business Automation Workflow V20 applies security hardening by default

When you ran automated security vulnerability test tools to scan your IBM Business Automation Workflow applications (as you should) before V20.0.0.1, there were several findings that can be addressed by configuration. The technote Interpreting IBM Security AppScan findings for IBM Business...

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Announcing IBM Business Automation Workflow 20.0.0.2

I'm happy to announce the general availability of the latest version of IBM Business Automation Workflow, available today with the Cloud Pak for Automation 20.0.3 and as a standalone offering, IBM Business Automation Workflow Version 20.0.0.2. This release includes significant new features that...

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Encrypting credentials in IBM Business Automation Workflow - part 1

With IBM Business Automation Workflow, you can automate workflows that involve human workers and connect to backend IT systems. Depending on the integration technology you choose, you can provide credentials to authenticate system-to-system invocation to these backend systems. Business...

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