Viewing and printing business process diagrams in a popular BPMN format
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BPMN View

A simple free tool to view and print business process diagrams in a popular BPMN format.

  • Full conformance to the latest version of BPMN 2.0 specification by OMG.
  • Import models from all major BPM vendors
  • Strict validation of the model according to BPMN specification.
  • Arbitrary scaling and zooming view of most complex diagrams.
  • Support of raster and vector image output.
  • Batch processing of multiple BPMN files.
  • Simple API to create and edit BPMN models.
  • 100% Microsoft .NET managed solution.
  • Loyal open source license for private and commercial use.

Try it yourself!

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Code example to create diagram image

Jump start your BPMN capable solution in minutes!

Sample code to read BPMN file and save it as an image:

Model model = BPMN.Model.Read("B.2.0.bpmn");
Image img = model.GetImage(0, 2.0f);
img.Save("B.2.0.png", ImageFormat.Png);

Below is the result:

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Code example to create new diagram

Sample code to create a new BPMN model and write it to file:

    public static bool Create(string fileName)
    {
      Editor editor = new Editor();
      editor.Create("BPMN Model", "User");

      string id1 = editor.AddEvent(null, null, "Start Event", EventType.Start, EventTrigger.None, EventRole.None);
      string id2 = editor.AddActivity(null, "Task 1", ActivityType.Task, ActivityMarker.None, TaskType.User, null);
      string id3 = editor.AddActivity(null, "Task 2", ActivityType.Task, ActivityMarker.None, TaskType.Manual, null);
      string id4 = editor.AddActivity(null, "Task 3", ActivityType.Task, ActivityMarker.None, TaskType.Service, null);
      string id5 = editor.AddEvent(null, null, "End Event", EventType.End, EventTrigger.None, EventRole.None);
      string id7 = editor.AddFlow(null, null, id1, id2, null, FlowType.Sequence, null, false, FlowDirection.None);
      string id8 = editor.AddFlow(null, null, id2, id3, null, FlowType.Sequence, null, false, FlowDirection.None);
      string id9 = editor.AddFlow(null, null, id3, id4, null, FlowType.Sequence, null, false, FlowDirection.None);
      string id10 = editor.AddFlow(null, null, id4, id5, null, FlowType.Sequence, null, false, FlowDirection.None);

      string id = editor.AddDiagram("Test 1", 96);

      Shape shape = new Shape();
      Rectangle rect = new Rectangle(10, 10, 30, 30);
      shape.Bounds = new List<Rectangle>();
      shape.Bounds.Add(rect);
      shape.ElementRef = id1;
      editor.AddShape(id, shape);

      rect.Width = 70;
      rect.Offset(60, 0);
      shape.Bounds[0] = rect;
      shape.ElementRef = id2;
      editor.AddShape(id, shape);

      rect.Offset(100, 0);
      shape.Bounds[0] = rect;
      shape.ElementRef = id3;
      editor.AddShape(id, shape);

      rect.Offset(100, 0);
      shape.Bounds[0] = rect;
      shape.ElementRef = id4;
      editor.AddShape(id, shape);

      rect.Width = 30;
      rect.Offset(100, 0);
      shape.Bounds[0] = rect;
      shape.ElementRef = id5;
      editor.AddShape(id, shape);

      List<Point> points = new List<Point>();
      points.Add(new Point()); points.Add(new Point());
      points[0] = new Point(40, 25); points[1] = new Point(70, 25);
      Edge edge = new Edge() { ElementRef = id7, Points = points }; 
      editor.AddEdge(id, edge);

      points[0] = new Point(140, 25); points[1] = new Point(170, 25);
      edge = new Edge() { ElementRef = id8, Points = points }; 
      editor.AddEdge(id, edge);

      points[0] = new Point(240, 25); points[1] = new Point(270, 25);
      edge = new Edge() { ElementRef = id9, Points = points }; 
      editor.AddEdge(id, edge);

      points[0] = new Point(340, 25); points[1] = new Point(370, 25);
      edge = new Edge() { ElementRef = id10, Points = points }; 
      editor.AddEdge(id, edge);

      return editor.Save(fileName);
    }

Below is the result:

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BPMN View was created with support from CaseAgile LLC, an innovative software and business service company specializing in integration of platforms and environments for enterprise modeling. Find more on official company page: http://caseagile.com/

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