When I try to add skipExpression on httptask i am unable to add it. Whats the difference between these two docs? Does HttpTask really support skipexpression or not?
Probably to do with the version of Flowable, the second link is of 3.2.0 and the first link is 6.4.2.
The documentation on flowable.com is for the commercial product. While the commercial product leverages the open source engine, there are many enhancements to the engine and commercial users get a much more robust modeler. Looking at the OSS source it appears that skipExpression is part of service task (the HTTP task is a service task), but it appears that the OSS modeler does not give you the option to set it.
You could attempt to add it by manually editing the XML before deploying it it. You might open and issue over on the Github
Thanks @wwitt I did try editing the XML but looks like skipExpression is not a part of the HTTPtask at all.
It does not allow me to create with edited process definition. I am wondering will that be a part of enterprise edition?
If you look here: the first few files in this directory show examples of skipExpression in a ServiceTask. The corresponding Java test files are here. As notted by @wwitt, a HTTP task is a service task.
Hope this helps.