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New Tutorial: Integrating JBPM into AppFuse

Ameer Ahmed has written a tutorial titled Integrating jBPM into AppFuse. If you're interested in using jBPM in your project, you may want to check it out. I'm sure Ameer would appreciate any comments on his work.

Posted in Java at Sep 15 2006, 02:01:59 PM MDT 10 Comments
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Screenshots with the tutorial would have been nice.

Posted by Sanjiv Jivan on September 18, 2006 at 10:02 PM MDT #

I've been wiring osworkflow into appfuse but the lack of documentation has been a bit frustrating. I'm looking forward to checking this out. When will part 2 be completed?

Posted by Eric Hein on September 19, 2006 at 09:58 AM MDT #

Hi Folks, I will provide screenshots for the entire series when i have completed part 2 (I had thought about it earlier but abandoned it to wait and see if people are really intereseted in it). Currently am a bit tied up at work, however I am hopeful to have it ready by halloween. Thanks, Ameer

Posted by Ameer Ahmed on September 20, 2006 at 02:12 PM MDT #

Hi, Ameer thank you for the tutorial it is helpful indeed. Here are my suggestions and questions after going through it.

1. You can add this reminder before runnig the part where you run ant ${dbtype}.scripts task.

Don't fortget to set jbpm.3.location=<path where jbpm was extracted> in the build file of jbpm-db directory.

2. I am beginner java developer and I don't know which ant task you run to check your set up is ok. What ant task you used to run the unit test? ant test-dao did you create a sample-data.xml for this test?

3. It would be nice to see a paragraph on the impact of having the jBPM DB running on the same DB as your web app you want to add the jBPM library. Will the transaction definition behave accordingly to what is expected?

I am planning to implement jBPM in the web app that I am working on, so it will be nice to read your thoughts on this.

Thanks again, great job.

Posted by Fabio Cepeda on September 22, 2006 at 05:21 PM MDT #

Hi Fabio, Thanks for the feeback, I will incorporate your comments and update the 1st part to make it more comprehensive. If you have any immediate questions you can email me at ameer[dot]ahmed[at]gmail[dot]com. Thanks, Ameer

Posted by Ameer Ahmed on October 03, 2006 at 02:48 PM MDT #

Hi i would be really interessting by the second part of the tutos, i'm just a newbie with jbpm and also appfuse, i found both concept very interesting and i m evaluating them. Thanks again, great job

Posted by John Sandanam on February 08, 2007 at 08:32 AM MST #

It would also be great if someone could write a tutorial on how to integrate osworkflow with appfuse

Posted by Retnyc Ubando on March 02, 2007 at 12:31 AM MST #

Hi, Ameer thank you for the tutorial . When will part 3 be completed? waiting for.....

Posted by david on March 13, 2007 at 09:00 PM MDT #

hi Ameer Ahmed this is Md. saiful islam. i have tried with with jbpm for developing workflow application.according to jbpm example found in the jboss/jbpm site i have decided to develop a workflow application(leave application),but in jbpm there is no available document for real application. plz will u help me to develop this???? there is book for jbpm

Posted by Md.saiful islam on April 22, 2007 at 04:41 AM MDT #

is there any one , who used jbpm for real life project??????.

Posted by Md.saiful islam on April 22, 2007 at 04:42 AM MDT #

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