The RSSBus Workflow can be used to automate tasks and is triggered due to changes in SharePoint lists. The RSSBus Workflow provides easy access to external systems through RSSBus Connectors and RSBScript. You can use the data from SharePoint lists to make updates to systems like Microsoft Dynamics, SalesForce.com, SQL Server, Oracle etc..
In this section you can learn about Creating a new RSSBus Workflow and configuring it. The RSSBus Workflow includes several ready to use samples that are pre-configured workflows for common tasks. You can use these out of the box, without authoring RSBScript. See Template for the RSSBus Workflow for more details on selecting a pre-configured template.
Once a workflow has been created it will either start automatically based on the activity on the SharePoint list to which it has been associated, or you can start it manually. The section Starting a Workflow describes the different options available to start an RSSBus Workflow. And the section Monitoring the Workflow Status describes how you can monitor the execution of the workflow. Note the same workflow will execute repetitively for each item that triggers it.
If you would like to author workflows that go beyond the pre-configured samples, you can start by reading the section RSBScript for RSSBus Workflow. RSBScript allows you to access the Workflow Item and Workflow List in a workflow so you can use the data from them to integrate with other systems.