Within this demo we’re going to see once again how Dapr and Camunda Platform 8 works well together and provide language agnostic approach. In this case with...
Another demo of Dapr and Zeebe (Camunda)
After some time I went back to Dapr (v10) and Zeebe engine used in Camunda Platform 8. Updated projects to .NET 7 and tried again what I learned before and realized, I have to look back and refresh my memories. Some are like trying from scratch again.
I noticed few changes:
- Controllers must return a value, otherwise ends with JSON parsing issue. For empty ones I used something like NullResponse class.
- The method return value is automatically posted back to Camunda and becomes global.
- To follow REST rules and versioning, JobTypes and Controller names must be exactly as implemented here.
- There is a great Nuget Dapr Sidekick, thanks guys for that!
Project with this demo is available on GitHub.
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