Using Web Parts

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Using Web Parts

Overview

To start using Bizagi Web Parts for SharePoint make sure you already have:

Installed the Bizagi Web Parts for SharePoint add-on.

Performed the Web Parts central configuration.

For more information refer to Bizagi Web Parts for SharePoint.

 

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Browser Compatibility

Bizagi WebParts relies on Sharepoint compatibility with the browser you are using. The following table explains the browser version you can use based on your Sharepoint version:

 

Sharepoint On-Premises version

Browsers supported

2010

Internet Explorer version 8 and 9 only (versions 10 and 11 are not supported by Microsoft in Windows 10 OS,  therefore Web Parts is not fully compatible , refer to Plan Browser Support)

Google Chrome (latest version)

Mozilla Firefox (latest version)

2013

Internet Explorer 8, 9, 10 and 11

Google Chrome (latest version)

Mozilla Firefox (latest version)

 

Integrate Bizagi into SharePoint

Bring the power of the best digital platform capabilities and BPM to your intranet by simply dragging and dropping Bizagi Web Parts into your SharePoint content.

 

To start using Bizagi (i.e, to access your inbox, work in pending tasks or create new requests) directly from SharePoint, edit your pages to include Bizagi Web Parts and configure their properties.

To do this, a SharePoint Web designer has two options as described and illustrated below (for the set of different Web Parts offered by Bizagi).

 

First option: Bizagi Work portal as a whole (minimum configuration)

Achieve the fastest Bizagi + SharePoint integration by including the Web part called Work portal, which features the Bizagi Work portal as a whole inside SharePoint content.

This option requires minimal configuration since it essentially embeds the Bizagi Work portal into any chosen page.

This page can be new or existing, but for best usability, include the Web Part in a new page:

 

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With this approach, for instance you may complement the integration by having this page referenced from a HTML hyperlink at your home page:
 

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For more information and to view an example for this first option, refer to The Work portal Web part.

 

Second option: Bizagi Web Parts included separately (for enhanced flexibility)

Achieve a flexible Bizagi + SharePoint integration by including separately several Web Parts different that are not the Work portal.

The other Web Parts available provide separate features of the Bizagi Work portal Web part and we refer to them as the Specific Web Parts.

 

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These Specific Web Parts are: Activity Form, My Inbox, Case summary, and Start Process list.

In addition to these, there is an Web Part called Start Process button, which acts as a shortcut that you may even use with either of the 2 options (the Start Process button will allow you to create shortcuts so that your end users can start Processes in just one click).

 

For more information and to view an example for this first option, refer to Specific Web Parts.

 

Additional notes

Bizagi Web Parts for SharePoint offer Bizagi Work portal's main functionality (such as: creating new cases, viewing the Inbox, and working and completing activities). If a user needs additional Bizagi functionality such as Administration options, Reports and Queries, it is necessary to use such options directly from the Work portal in Bizagi.

Other features currently not supported through Web Parts are: the ECM control, printing and the state log.