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31.05.2021. | Autor: Maximilian Kamenicky

REST Schnittstelle von Camunda Plattform via Java Service Task aufrufen

Erfahren Sie mehr darüber, wie man mit Camunda REST-Webservices aufrufen und nutzen kann. In dieser Blog-Serie zeigt Ihnen unser Experte zwei unterschiedliche Möglichkeiten um dieses Ziel zu erreichen.
Der erste Beitrag zeigt ihnen wie dies über Java Service Tasks geht.

Wie man dies über externe Services und externe Service Tasks erreicht wird im nächsten Blog thematisiert.

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Alles über Service Tasks: Official Documentation

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