you have two options:
1.) Download jbpm-5.x.y.Final-installer-full. This way you receive whole jBPM suite with correctly preconfigured Eclipse. You do not have to care about configuring Eclipse.
2.) Download just jbpm-5.x.y.Final-bin file. In your Eclipse go to Window -> Preferences -> jBPM -> Installed jBPM Runtimes and add a new runtime with a path which leads to your downloaded folder. Check build paths of your projects if there is your jBPM library added.
Thanks a lot, Jiri
I installed the full installer using the comman ant.install.noeclipse. I'll try the second way.
I succeded in running the hello world example!
My error was on configuring the jBPM runtime environment into eclipse: it shoud point to the runtime subdirectory (!!!!)
I am having the same problem. However I can't resolve it, I keep getting a "this is not a valid jBPM installation." error message no matter where I point the runtime environment to. Which folder did you point to?
I pointed to the jbpm-installer\runtime!
Can you start jBPM using ant?
Thanks Laura for your response and help. I'm using the BRMS stand-alone; the doc says I should point my runtime to:
but I get the "This is not a valid jPBM installation" error. Any thoughts??
I'm very new to jBPM and I've never used the standalone environment!
Thanks for your help anyway!
I have this error.
import org.jbpm.test cannot be resolved
I'm pointing to the jbpm-installer\
if I try to do like you jbpm-installer\runtime there's nothing. I already download full installer I don't know what I'm missing?