Workflow Deployment

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Workflow Deployment

Post by Baaka » Fri Jun 21, 2013 10:19 am

Hello, I've installed okm professional version.
How can I get .par file from JBoss developer studio? (version 5 was mentioned in workflow course, but it has no feature to get .par file locally)

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Re: Workflow Deployment

Post by jllort » Sat Jun 22, 2013 4:48 pm

If I'm not wrong is same window you cat set url, username and pass to deploy file directly to the server, there's and option to create .par file

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Re: Workflow Deployment

Post by Petr_Valenta » Mon Jul 10, 2017 12:06 pm

Hello

I'm facing the same problem. I'm on Linux and using JBoss Developer Studio. And I am not able to find any possibility to create the .par file.

Deployment is configured ok and workflows are deployed into OpenKM with no problem. But there is no par file anywhere. Nor the mentioned option to generate it.

Tanks a lot in advance

Petr Valenta

Server:
VMWare 12 Pro
Memory 16 GB
1 proc - 4 cores
Centos 7 Server
PostgreSQL 9.2.18
OpenKM 6.3.4

Dev PC:
VMWare 12 Pro
Memory 8 GB
1 proc - 4 cores
Ubuntu 16.04
java 1.6
JBoss Developer Studio 5.0.0.GA - installed according to https://docs.openkm.com/kcenter/view/wf ... io-5x.html (jbdevstudio-product-universal-5.0.0.v20120615-1714-H213-GA.jar + jbpm-installer-3.3.1.GA.jar)
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Re: Workflow Deployment

Post by jllort » Wed Jul 12, 2017 3:26 pm

I suggest install openkm portable https://sourceforge.net/projects/openkmportabledev/ we have released a new version based in a OVA but unfortunately we have copied in a wrong server, meanwhile we do not upload in the right place you can download from here https://sourceforge.net/projects/openkm/files/common/ ( it's the 10GB file ).

When you have it running the user name and password for the OVA are "openkm / openkm"

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Re: Workflow Deployment

Post by Petr_Valenta » Wed Jul 12, 2017 4:54 pm

Hello

Why do you publish a manual how to create standalone solution when in case of a little bit complex problem you recommend me to go to your extremly slow, cumbersome and fragile portable dev needing really strong internet connection (downloading maven jars all the time)?

I built my own develop environment (based fully on Linux) and it works in a fast and stabile way. An I'd like to stay using it.

Petr

P.S.
The second link is not working - I am cyclicng between OpenKM-ComPorDev.ova and common ....

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Re: Workflow Deployment

Post by jllort » Fri Jul 14, 2017 5:44 pm

Why we are going in VM direction ? because we are really tired of computers what have a lot of things installed, totally outside control or sense where appears strange problems ( specially with JVM ), second because although actual documentation explain how to installing OpenKM ( wizard or manually ) now I think is right explained, still there's a lot of things to get in consideration to get all the application well configured, the easiest is being able to start with something yet configured an running ( usually it causes frustration ).

From here is explained how configure eclipse for workflow development ( https://docs.openkm.com/kcenter/view/wf ... g-ide.html ) I suppose that has been your starting point ?

I will investigate what happens with OVA, seems has not been replicated to other mirrors. Might be an issue with source forge ?

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Re: Workflow Deployment

Post by Petr_Valenta » Fri Jul 14, 2017 6:15 pm

Ok - I understand your opinion concerning the virtual machine. But if you are not intending to support other environments, please write it here for us. For me it is a not very good signal - I left your dev from reasons already written here.

I went the JBoss Developer Studio way, not the Eclipse, because your following tutorial Basic workflow creation is using JBoss and not Eclipse. So I supposed JBoss is your preferred way. But if Eclipse is better, there is no problem to go to it.

Sorry for my English but do not understand the question " Might be an issue with source forge?". Can you explain it for me please?

I will wait for your investigation in OVA.

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Re: Workflow Deployment

Post by jllort » Sat Jul 15, 2017 7:47 pm

Because the OVA is 10GB size, seems until be propagated to the mirrors will not be available. We ignore how much time will take it. If passed some days the problem has not been solved we'll open an issue in sourceforge.net or looking for another way for sharing the file.

As we explain here https://docs.openkm.com/kcenter/view/wf ... g-ide.html we offer 3 ways, OpenKM portable, configure eclipse plugin or jboss developer studio 5.x. I suggest OpenKM portable or configure eclipse plugin, why ? because work with latest eclipse have some advantatges rather used 4-5 years old eclipse what comes with jboss developer studio 5

OpenKM portable was the first aproach to offering quick environment for working, but it have several problems. The most relevant issue in eclipse portable is that is 32 bits architecture and needs JVM 32 bits ( what comes into portable as embeded JDK ), otherwise eclipse portable does not starting. But really when eclipse portable is running you would like to work with 64 bits, that means you also will configure at your own side 64 bits JDK, etc... that's why we decided moving to OVA, where we can setup full environment with database, tomcat, latest eclipse with jbpm plugin, git, jdk, etc... yet ready to be used.

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