Joget Workflow - Setting Up Users, Groups and Departments – Tutorial
After you have installed Joget workflow, the next step is to setup users and groups. This step by step tutorial will help you setup your Organization, Departments, Grades, Users, Groups, Reporting Hierarchy etc in your Joget echosystem. The Great part is that the user interface is highly intuitive and setting up is just a breeze.
Here is what our plan is:
If you have’nt downloaded and installed it yet, you can do that using instructions available at Joget Workflow – Download and Install Instructions.
Start the Server by clicking the “Start Server” Menu item in your Start menu. Once you see that server is started, open the admin console using the link http://localhost:8080/jw/web/login
If this is the first time you have installed, the default username and password are
Enter your credentials and hit Login
You will see the Get Started link. Click on “Setup Users” to setup your Users/Groups departments etc.
The Next Screen asks you to setup and Organization. By default the Organization Joget.Org is setup for you.
Click on “Create New Organization”. You will be presented with a form like below:
Fill in the details and hit save. The Organization just created will form the root of your hierarchy.
As soon as the organization is created you will see additional options:
Choose Create New Grade. You will be presented with a form like Below:
Similarly you can also create grades like Employees, Managers or say M1, M2 etc.
You can also create several groups for your use. Having groups within departments helps you divide duties and tasks.
Your groups will be listed like below:
Next you can add users. Several default users are created for checking out the test processes. You can delete them or change their passwords for security. Click on Create New User to add a new user
Fill up the form below which asks for several details:
Once done hit save. The user will be created.
At this point you can do several things:
You can assign the user to one of the already created groups