JDBC Service

The JDBC service enables processes to interact with databases. For example, a process may require that data submitted from a form populate an internal database or that data from a database prepopulate a form. The process can contain application logic that binds data from the form fields to the underlying database. Fields may be mapped to database columns. Separate line items in a filled form may also create multiple rows in the database. If a stored procedure that populates the database already exists, a process can use the stored procedure to update the data.

A process may also execute a business rule that is dependent on data stored in a database. For example, if a customer is behind on payment, the order is not shipped, and the customer is sent an email reminder. A process can query the database and look up the status based on the customer ID and create a rule based on this value.

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