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Mastering jBPM6

By : Simone Fiorini, Arun V Gopalakrishnan
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Mastering jBPM6

By: Simone Fiorini, Arun V Gopalakrishnan

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (18 chapters)
Mastering jBPM6
About the Authors
About the Reviewers

Eclipse-based tooling

In the previous sections of this chapter, we have concentrated on modeling the process and utilities available in the web-based tooling provided by jBPM. The web-based tooling primarily focuses on the business analysts. Can the business analysts create an application on their own? We must acknowledge that we are not yet there, but, of course, there are only a few gaps left to reach that destiny. On today's course, we need the help of technologists to create a completely functional application.

jBPM tooling considers this reality in the form of the updated Eclipse tooling that helps developers to create a jBPM application or collaborate with the team of business analysts to complete an application.

Importing a project created using web-based tooling

In this chapter, we have discussed how to create a jBPM project by using Eclipse tooling. Here, we will discuss how to import a project that was created in the process designer (possibly by someone in the business analyst role...