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Mirn The personal task list This is typically done through a form. When a named process archive gets deployed, the deployer will assign a version number. Configuration Customizing factories Configuration properties Other configuration files Hibernate cfg xml file Hibernate queries configuration file Node types configuration file Action types configuration file Business calendar configuration file Variable mapping configuration file Converter configuration file Default modules configuration file Process archive parsers configuration file Logging of optimistic concurrency exceptions Object factory 6. Default modules configuration file 6. This section shows how to define a user jb;m for your workspace that is a placeholder for the jBPM library as well as its dependencies.

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The process archive A process archive is a zip file. The central file in the process archive is processdefinition. The main information in that file is the process graph. The processdefinition. A process archive can also contain other process related files such as classes, ui-forms for tasks, Deploying a process archive Deploying process archives can be done in 3 ways: with the process designer tool, with an ant task or programatically. Deploying a process archive with the designer tool is supported in the starters-kit.

Right click on the process archive folder to find the "Deploy process archive" option. The starters-kit server contains the jBPM webapp, which has a servlet to upload process archives called ProcessUploadServlet. This servlet is capable of uploading process archives and deploying them to the default jBPM instance configured.

The file attribute itself is optional. The hibernate configuration file that contains the jdbc connection properties to the database and the mapping files. Process archives can also be deployed programmatically with the class org. ProcessArchiveDeployer Process versioning What happens when we have a process definition deployed, many executions are not yet finished and we have a new version of the process definition that we want to deploy?

Process instances always execute to the process definition that they are started in. But jBPM allows for multiple process definitions of the same name to coexist in the database.

So typically, a process instance is started in the latest version available at that time and it will keep on executing in that same process definition for its complete lifetime. When a newer version is deployed, newly created instances will be started in the newest version, while older process instances keep on executing in the older process defintions.

If the process includes references to Java classes, the java classes can be made available to the jBPM runtime environment in 2 ways : by making sure these classes are visible to the jBPM classloader.

This usually means that you can put your delegation classes in a. In that case, all the process definitions will see that same class file. The java classes can also be included in the process archive. When you include your delegation classes in the process archive and they are not visible to the jbpm classloader , jBPM will also version these classes inside the process definition.

Process definitions can be versioned on the basis of the process definition name. When a named process archive gets deployed, the deployer will assign a version number. To assign this number, the deployer will look up the highest version number for process definitions with the same name and adds 1. Unnamed process definitions will always have version number Changing deployed process definitions Changing process definitions after they are deployed into the jBPM database has many potential pitfalls.

Therefor, this is highly discouraged. Actually, there is a whole variety of possible changes that can be made to a process definition. Some of those process definitions are harmless, but some other changes have implications far beyond the expected and desirable. So please consider migrating process instances to a new definition over this approach. The hibernate session can be accessed with the method JbpmContext.

Migrating process instances An alternative approach to changing process definitions might be to convert the executions to a new process definition. Please take into account that this is not trivial due to the long-lived nature of business processes. Currently, this is an experimental area so for which there are not yet much out-of-the-box support. As you know there is a clear distinction between process definition data, process instance data the runtime data and the logging data.

With this approach, you create a separate new process definition in the jBPM database by e. Then the runtime information is converted to the new process definition. This might involve a translation cause tokens in the old process might be pointing to nodes that have been removed in the new version.

So only new data is created in the database. But one execution of a process is spread over two process instance objects. This might become a bit tricky for the tools and statistics calculations.

When resources permit us, we are going to add support for this in the future. Process conversion A conversion class has been made available to assist you with converting your jBPM 2. Create an output directory to hold the converted process archives. Enter the following command line from the build directory of the jBPM 3. Substitute the output directory for the one you created to hold the newly converted process archives for "outdirectory".

Meaning, the classloader that has the library jbpm To make classes visible to the jBPM classloader, put them in a jar file and put the jar file besides the jbpm The process class loader Delegation classes are loaded with the process class loader of their respective process definition. The process class loader is a class loader that has the jBPM classloader as a parent.

The process class loader adds all the classes of one particular process definition. Note that this is only useful when you want to version the classes that you add to the process definition. If versioning is not necessary, it is much more efficient to make the classes available to the jBPM class loader.

Configuration of delegations Delegation classes contain user code that is called from within the execution of a process. The most common example is an action. In the case of action, an implementation of the interface ActionHandler can be called on an event in the process. Delegations are specified in the processdefinition.

By default the default constructor is used and the configuration information is ignored. Next is a description of all the configuration types: The config-type field will first instantiate an object of the delegation class and then set values in the fields of the object as specified in the configuration. The configuration is xml, where the elementnames have to correspond with the field names of the class.

The content text of the element is put in the corresponding field. If necessary and possible, the content text of the element is converted to the field type. But it is trimmed. In that case each element of the xml-content is consitered as an element of the collection and is parsed, recursively applying the conversions. If the type of the elements is different from java.

String this can be indicated by specifying a type attribute with the fully qualified type name. In this case, each element of the field-element is expected to have one subelement key and one element value. The key and element are both parsed using the conversion rules recursively. Just the same as with collections, a conversion to java. String is assumed if no type attribute is specified. Element for any other type, the string constructor is used.

For example in the following class The same conversions are applied. In actions, assignments and decision conditions, you can write an expression like e. Depending on the context, the process variables or task instance variables can be used as starting variables along with the following implicit objects: taskInstance org.

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A business process allows you to model your business goals by describing the steps that need to be executed to achieve that goal and the order, using a flow chart. This greatly improves the visibility and agility of your business logic, results in higher-level and domain-specific representations that can be understood by business users and is easier to monitor. The core of jBPM is a light-weight, extensible workflow engine written in pure Java that allows you to execute business processes using the latest BPMN 2. It can run in any Java environment, embedded in your application or as a service. Pluggable human task service based on WS-HumanTask for including tasks that need to be performed by human actors. Management console supporting process instance management, task lists and task form management, and reporting. Optional process repository to deploy your process and other related knowledge.

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The process archive A process archive is a zip file. The central file in the process archive is processdefinition. The main information in that file is the process graph. The processdefinition. A process archive can also contain other process related files such as classes, ui-forms for tasks, Deploying a process archive Deploying process archives can be done in 3 ways: with the process designer tool, with an ant task or programatically. Deploying a process archive with the designer tool is supported in the starters-kit.

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Kaganos We can see that the document has been passed from the super process instance to the sub process instance:. Default is false, which means that the action is executed in the thread of the execution. In other words, those methods will only return after the process execution has arrived in a wait state. Queries can be written in a unified way on all kpdl jBPM concepts: Other resource types are task forms and java classes. This will prevent that two candides start working on the same task. The jPDL schema file contains more attributes and elements then this documentation. See javadocs for more information on those methods.

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