31.05.2021. | Author: Maximilian Kamenicky

Consume REST Services in Camunda via Java Service Tasks

Learn more about HOW you can call and consume REST Webservices with Camunda. In this blog series, our expert will show you 2 ways to accomplish this. This videoblog focuses on showing how to do that via Java Service Tasks.

The second blog in this series will focus on how this can be achieved via external services and external service tasks.

The Video was recorded in German, there are plans to do the same for English as well. As of now, we are still working on the English Version.

Useful Links:
Learn more about JIT and Workflow Automation
Read more about Service Tasks in the Official Documentation

Video by Maximilian Kamenicky
JIT Developer

Photo by Leon Seibert on Unsplash

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