by, 04-27-2012 at 05:52 PM (523 Views)
Delegation classes contain user code that is called from within a process execution, the most common example being an action. In the case of action, an implementation of the ActionHandler interface can be called on an event in the process. Delegations are specified in the processdefinition.xml file. One can supply any of these three pieces of data when specifying a delegation:
- the class name (required): this is the delegation class' fully-qualified name.
- configuration type (optional): this specifies the way in which to instantiate and configure the delegation object. By default, the constructor is used and the configuration information is ignored.
- configuration (optional): this is the configuration of the delegation object, which must be in the format required by the configuration type.