If you had the opportunity to work with WSO2 BPS or WSO2 BPMN, you’re familiar with the concept of variables. Just like in other programming languages, variable is in charge to hold some data and the system can make calculations and decisions based on such values. In this article I’ll show you how to read properties from the config file and to include them in your BPMN process definition. This can be very handy as, once you want to change something, it’s not necessary to recompile the code, redeploy the .bar file, even you don’t have to restart the product.
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