• Running an Eclipse Created JBPM Project in JBPM Console

  • OpenKM has many interesting features, but requires some configuration process to show its full potential.
OpenKM has many interesting features, but requires some configuration process to show its full potential.
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 #46250  by soujanyabargavi
 
I'm using JBPM 6.0.1 and attempting to run the sample-->evaluation project in the jbpm-console.

The program runs fine in Eclipse, and has been pushed to a repository in jbpm-installer system. It shows in the JBPM Console's Explorer. However, none of the Java or process files(*.bpmn) files or items show.

Could someone please explain and/or point me to the right place in the documentation that will explain:

1.) How an Eclipse created project needs to be structured so it will be recognized by the console when accessed from the repository

2.) How a Java application can be run from the console.
 #46302  by ulinuha
 
Hello jllort,

I'm using Eclipse (Photon version) + JBPM3
However when i'm trying to deploy the workflow to openkm, in the development server setting there is no fields to configure user credential of openkm (username&password). That's why it won't connect & deploy the workflow to openkm server.
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Is it because i'm using Eclipse instead of JBOSS 5?
Can you provide alternative link to JBOSS 5 since it's not found from the original website?
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Thanks.
 #46318  by jllort
 
If you watch the video https://docs.openkm.com/kcenter/view/wf ... ances.html at 2:37 you will see are shown credential forms.

I suggest work with our development environment ( it is a VM -> 12GB what comes with everything -> eclipse and openkm ready to be used ) you can download from https://www.openkm.com/en/download.html

If you followed the steps described here https://docs.openkm.com/kcenter/view/wf ... lugin.html in your eclipse should also get it running, but I suggest the previous option, what sure will going right.

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