Overview

This documentation explains how end users can execute and manage their cases, as well as the options for users when running a case. In ProcessMaker, a case is an instance of a process. In other words, a process represents the map of work to be done, and a case is a new instance that follows this map. A running case passes through several activities (tasks or sub-processes) in the process. For example, in an insurance process for a hospital, each insurance claim for the treatment of a patient is represented by a single case.

Each case in ProcessMaker has a unique ID - a 32 digit hexadecimal number to uniquely identify the process - and a case number, which counts cases starting from 1.

Note: To avoid overwriting issues, a new feature is available to forbid opening multiple browser instances of Processmaker. For more information go to: Configuration File env.ini: session_block.

Work on your processes using a simple, portable interface on your IOS and Android devices with the new ProcessMaker mobile version.
This application offers a unique user experience by providing the power to manage cases from the application, to see the current case statuses, and to use specific features, such as the bar code scanner, finger signatures, geo-location tagging, audio, image, and video, and much more.

Current Stable Version: 1.1

  1. Release Notes
  2. Requirements
  3. ProcessMaker Mobile for Android
  4. ProcessMaker Mobile for iOS
  5. Accessing ProcessMaker Mobile
  6. Using the Case List
  7. Mobile Fields
  8. Running a Case on ProcessMaker Mobile
  9. Using an Endpoint in ProcessMaker Mobile
  10. Old Versions