The superstates are definitely coming. I created a JIRA issue for it (http://jira.jboss.com/jira/browse/JBPM-294). Currently we are working on swimlane support and the look and feel of the diagrams, so it is not (yet) high on the priority list.
And what about process-state -
Example from the User Guide
<process-state name="initial interview">
<sub-process name="interview" />
<variable name="a" access="read,write" mapped-name="aa" />
<variable name="b" access="read" mapped-name="bb" />
SMaric, could you use more desciptive subjects for posts in the future, something like
[gpd] Complex processes /superstates
Graphical Process Designer
You can and may leave the [gpd] out if you want
Would it be possible to have the various Node rectangles dsiplayed in different colours - ideally user configurable
Task-node == Blue
State-node == Green
Process-State-node == Orange
SuperState-node == Magenta
I don't care what colours - just something to help identify what's what on a diagram
Perhaps a 'tooltip' style information sumarypop-up whenyou hover over an item might be better
anyhow just a few thoughts while I'm evaluating JBpm/GPD
Yes, we are at the moment working on a richer graphical representation. We will most probably use the << stereotype >> UML-ish notation to distinguish between different node types.
I want to know if is possible to download the new GPD 3.0.4 version.
Thank you at all!