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Extend Process Automation UI Components to JET-Based Applications by Arvind Venugopal, Rameshkumar

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With the May release, Process UI snippets are now available as Oracle JET (JavaScript Extension Toolkit) composite components for embedding in self-service applications, services, or portals. A JET composite component, similar to a standard web component, allows you to define and use custom DOM (Document Object Model) elements.

Using these components, you can easily incorporate standalone Process UI modules into multiple JET-based applications. Let’s look at how you can extend the Process UI, employing composite components, in the following scenarios.

Import a Process Composite Component into Visual Builder

You can make Process UI composite components available in Oracle Visual Builder and use these components, along with other Visual Builder components, to create custom enterprise, web, or mobile applications.

Use the procedure detailed here to make a Process composite component available in Oracle Visual Builder. In this example, we’ll add the Task List component into Visual Builder. Read the complete article here.

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