Hi! I know I can create a jar-file plugin and use it from Designer forms. Is it possible to do the same using .net?I know how to call my process from .net but I want to trigger .net project from Designer forms...Thanks in advance!
Good Afternoon Jhonny. As I do know that the below information is out of scope of the CA Service Catalog product.However, I just want to share this information with you.To show there is some kind of 'intermediate' (bridge) needed to get a .NET working as a 'jar'.As shown in this link:https://docops.ca.com/devtest-solutions/8-0-2/en/using/using-the-sdk/java-net-bridge Another information I found:https://forums.asp.net/t/1933899.aspx?how+to+convert+from+Java+JAR+file+to+Net+DLLAndhttps://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/f57a696e-e825-47e9-9dea-5ede34ce7cf0/steps-to-convert-net-assemblydll-into-jar-file?forum=visualjsharpgeneral Thanks in advance for your understanding and kind regards, Louis van Amelsfort.
I am not very sure if you will be accommodate .Net code.
However, I wanted you to go though this below document which might give you an understanding how to use API plug-ins as an substitute
What I want is to start a request form from my .net solution which calls a process which does some database changes.
Do you mean calling rest api from designer forms? In that case, do you know if there is an example/documentation how to do it?
you could even call pam directly, as the latest version has rest (What's in CA Process Automation 04.3.02 ? - CA Process Automation - 04.3.02 - CA Technologies Documentation ) but as I said, you have to be comfortable with doing so.
You can create said button in service catalog using this example Button option in service catalog Form
Or just create a function and call it