Hi Mahi. These are the steps I used to deploy guvnor and designer into guvnor:
- Extract guvnor tomcat distribution inside tomcat/webapps and rename it to drools-guvnor.war
- Download http://sourceforge.net/projects/jbpm/files/designer/designer-2.0/designer-2.0-jboss.war/download, plate it inside tomcat/webapps and rename it to designer.war
- Start tomcat. (so that wars are exploded, you can unzil then manually if you want)
- Stop tomcat
- Copy the following jar files from drools-guvnor/WEB-INF/lib to tomcat/lib (or designer WEB-INF/lib)
-Start tomcat and should work
Hope this helps,
Thanks for the reply. I did same thing, which you have mentioned.
I can deploy the process definitions in the guvnor.
However I am not able to acheive the JBPM-console and i am getting lot of errors,
Can you share a more detailed information about end to end replacement of JBOSS AS by TOMCAT for process deployment and TOMCAT as Guvnor.
Also when i open local host i am not able to see the designer.
Please do reply.
For jbpm console, you can check this post:
For designer, you should provide logs (preferably without deploying jbpm console to make then cleaner), so see why it is not working.
I tested these steps for guvnor 5.2, last designer and tomcat 7 and worked...
I am using Tomcat 6.30 is that problem is?
With Gunor also, I am continuosly getting PermGen space memory error. What is the perfect environment to work with jbpm 5.2?
And how the versioning can be maintained in the Gunor?
These are my doubts,
Please do reply
I follow this tutorial but dont work.
The Error that i have is :
HTTP Status 404 - /drools-guvnor/
type Status report
description The requested resource is not available.
When i will go to Application Manager on my TOmcat i see that the guvnor is not Started, and when i click in Start, i see in mine console <.../servlet-api-2.5.jar> Jar not loaded.