I've notice that you mark the question in the following categories: jBPM 3.0, jBPM 4.0, jBPM 5.1
But you are using jBPM 3.x right? (Based on the documentation link). If I am right you should be able to see the application server log to see the context path where the application was deployed.
In fact i am trying with the three versions, that's why i have indicated all of them!
before inspecting the log files, i don't remember that i have deploied Jbpm! is it already integrated in Alresco? or it's deployable separatley? if so where to find it !?
My problem now is that i can't login using the mentionned login information!
I think that there's still connection parameters to be setted!
Looking for that now!
I used Alfresco 2 years ago (jBPM 3.2). They removed the console and were using there own implementation.
What do you mean by their own implementation please?
Its been 2 years so I will do my best. Alfresco my have changed this but if they are still using jBPM3.2 I suspect that it is the same.
The integration of jBPM within Alfresco has had the jBPM users/roles/groups removed.
The users/roles/groups that are used within Alfresco are Alfresco defined users/roles/groups. i.e. not jBPM users and groups. This breaks the jBPM console as nothing is ever loaded into the users table. If I remember correctly Alfresco actually removed the tables from their jBPM database. You would have to verify that. My experience was OK with what Alfresco had done. It worked but it was not what I expected as a jBPM user. I would not have integrated it in this manner. Way too difficult to maintain, upgrade and understand.