Workflows can be configured with basic settings (see Standard Workflows for InterConnect), however for certain business cases, you may need to customize the functionality behind a workflow to support business logic unique to your business. In this case, custom workflow behavior can be programmed so it can be executed from within a workflow.
The tutorial below outlines how to create custom code that it can be executed by workflows. This process allows workflows to treat custom code and out-of-the-box features the same, making execution of workflows standardized regardless of what business transactions take place.
Below is an example of how to configure custom code so that it can be executed by a workflow.
Example Customized Workflow Connector
Custom-InterConnect-Workflow-Connector.pdf - Download this PDF to see an example of configuring a Custom Workflow Connector.
Download Code Samples referenced in the above example Custom Workflow Connector.