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1. Introduction

Using Kinetic Task v4.x. Basic tree creation, including approvals.

Terms

Task Engine

The Task Engine is a processing engine that takes input from applications and walks through a predefined set of tasks also know as a task tree. Tasks can perform data lookups, add approvals, create entries in other systems, send notifications and much more.
 

Task Builder

Graphical process builder that allows configuration and sequencing of tasks.
 

Task Handler

Standalone collection of code designed to perform a business task. Task Handlers take parameters, return results and can throw exceptions in the event of an error.
 
Pre-made Task Handlers are available from the Kinetic Task Community website.
 

Task Node (also referred to as a Task)

Configured parameters applied to a specific instance of a Task Handler on a task tree.
 

Connector

Link between two task nodes. Can have logic applied to limit processing.

Task Tree

A Task Tree is a process defined by nodes and connectors. It can be called/run from an external application. It can accept inputs and reference values from the external application.
 

Routine

A tree that is meant to run independent of a Form. Often used to perform repeatable processes.

Class Design

This class is designed to give you the basics of Task from the perspective of someone coming from Request CE.

Portions of the class use preset examples, and some will depend on the examples you may have created in the Request CE Manager Class.

It may also be beneficial to go over the webhooks portion of the Kapp Setup Console.