2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 2, 2005 11:52 PM by Somnuk Thongmee

    How to deploy new process (don't use Eclipse)?

    Somnuk Thongmee Newbie

      Hi all,

      If I create own process, how to test whether it is ok or not. I think it can be tested in JUnit, right? After I get .par file, Is it necessary to write test file or not. Your example (websale is not be tested). After I get my process, how to deploy (not use Eclipse). I deployed websale application, it is hown in web. If I want to deploy it and I don't want to show in web (I want to show as compiled java file), how to do? Thanks.

        • 1. Re: How to deploy new process (don't use Eclipse)?
          Ronald van Kuijk Master

           

          "aaw_tom" wrote:
          If I create own process, how to test whether it is ok or not. I think it can be tested in JUnit, right?


          Yes

          "aaw_tom" wrote:
          After I get .par file, Is it necessary to write test file or not.


          It's totally up to yourself

          "aaw_tom" wrote:
          Your example (websale is not be tested). After I get my process, how to deploy (not use Eclipse).


          Just use the build.xml from ant. Maybe it needs some tweaking in the classpath. jgerlach posted an example build file that works for him.

          "aaw_tom" wrote:
          I deployed websale application, it is hown in web. If I want to deploy it and I don't want to show in web (I want to show as compiled java file), how to do?


          ????? No idea what you mean.


          • 2. Re: How to deploy new process (don't use Eclipse)?
            Somnuk Thongmee Newbie

            I mean that after I got the tested process in JUnit, how to deploy it. Your web application, websale, is deployed in Eclipse by right click and select deploy process. If I create standalone application by using your example in http://jbpm.org/3/indext.html (testTransitionAction and MyActionHandler), how to deploy these file. How can I know whether the deployment id success or not? Thanks.