Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Integrate Oryx Designer and Guvnor in your own applications

Shortly after we started blogging about the Guvnor integration with Oryx Designer for jBPM5, we received a number of inquiries on how to use it in custom applications and be able to create/edit jBPM5 processes outside of Guvnor while at the same time leverage Guvnor as the central JCR repository for all your jBPM5 assets.

This video shows a custom Seam2/RichFaces application which utilizes the Guvnor Standalone Editor feature and the recently added AtomPub Interface to fully integrate Oryx Designer and Guvnor to create/edit jBPM5 processes without having to do any work in the Guvnor UI.

You can download the demo app source here.

8 comments:

  1. Hi,
    Please help me!..
    In my project i have to develop the jbpm work-flow using some web-based editor. I have downloaded oryx editor. but, i couldn't export as jPDL.

    I have some idea about GWT.Is it possible to design the jbpm work-flow process using gwt?
    Possible means, i need GWT source code. Please help me..

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  2. The properties palette doesn't show in the modal panel.. how can I get to show this palette for edit workflow

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  3. Hi Diduch, sorry I don't understand your question. Can you please show a screenshot of the issue? Thanks.

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  4. thanks.. I had a mistake... thanks for your help..

    How can I create new package since my application?

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  5. Thanks for helpful post. Once I save a process, How do I instantiate it through JAva Code in a way that is totally seamless integration and without any additional human steps.

    Here is what I am trying to accomplish:

    1. Expose Designer to end user in a integrated app environment. Allow user to create process. Get the ID of the saved process and store it in a database outside of Guvnor database.
    2. As a result of an event (outside of jBPM), I want to invoke the process saved in Guvnor and instantiate it.

    Basically integrating jBPM into an independent form based application developed on LongJump.

    Pankaj

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  6. Hello, like me know, you have most examples as this, any thing for help me in projects with jbpm and drools integrate with me applications.

    tanks for you information

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  7. good day! im very new to jbpm. how do you run the demo app source above?

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  8. Thanks, but the demo app is not compilable. Do you suppose any library by default?

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