Software Development Kits

Active Endpoints makes available SDKs enabling developers to build custom WS-HumanTask clients and leverage its administration Web services APIs to monitor and interact with the ActiveVOS server engine.

ActiveVOS SDKs

Download ActiveVOS 9 SDKs. The ActiveVOS Administration API, WS-HumanTask API, ActiveVOS Identity Service API, ActiveVOS JSON Binding, and ActiveVOS Central SDKs are distributed with the ActiveVOS SDKs download package.

Download ActiveVOS 7 and 8 SDKs. The ActiveVOS WS-HumanTask API, ActiveVOS Identity Service API, ActiveVOS JSON Binding, and ActiveVOS Central SDKs are distributed with the ActiveVOS SDKs download package.

ActiveVOS Screenflow Host Provider SDK

The SDK provides a simple descriptor mechanism that IT can use to expose mission critical application data and operations.

Human Tasks

The WS-HumanTask Service SDK documentation

ActiveVOS Identity Service SDK Documentation

JSON Binding and Forms

The ActiveVOS JSON Binding SDK documentation

ActiveVOS Central SDK Documentation

ActiveVOS Central Language Packs

Download the ActiveVOS Central Language Pack for Version 9.

Download the ActiveVOS Central Language Pack for Version 8.

Download the ActiveVOS Central 7.1.2 Language Pack

Previous Admin SDKs

The ActiveVOS Server provides an administration interface that is accessible via WSDL-defined web service invocations or directly using Java classes. This SDK includes projects and documentation describing how to interact with the API using both techniques. This SDK was developed using version 7.x of ActiveVOS.

The Contribution API was introduced with ActiveVOS 8.0. Please note that this API has been folded into the ActiveVOS 9 Administration API.

The ActiveVOS Scheduling SDK exposes operations to create, edit, delete, list, set and run a schedule for a process.

Download ActiveVOS Scheduling SDK for ActiveVOS 7 and 8. Not required for ActiveVOS 9 as it is embedded.

Monitoring

Learn more about the use of OASIS WSDM/MUWS as a way to perform ActiveVOS engine monitoring

Reporting

ActiveVOS Database Table Lookup Descriptions

ActiveVOS 9.0 Data Sources

ActiveVOS 8.0 Data Sources

ActiveVOS 7.1.2 Data Sources for User Reports

Custom Functions

Create, install and register custom functions that can be used to facilitate common tasks within a BPEL process (e.g., XML to string) using the ActiveVOS custom functions framework

Using Java

This sample contains documentation describing how to access jar files required by some ActiveVOS sample projects

A dependency of a few of the other samples, the classes here are useful when developing ActiveVOS clients, Web services, and JSP pages. They provide common behavior (for example, AbstractDocumentClient and LiteralClient) and services (for example, StringUtils and Getopts).