The process-state reads the latest definition of a particular process. Hence the dependency on Hibernate. How do you want to use this? I mean, how would you specify what the subprocess in memory is that a process-state has to load?
Thanks for your reply!
I mean, how would you specify what the subprocess in memory is that
a process-state has to load?
I would like to specify a parent process and a subprocess in separate
jpdl files(two files) and load/call the subprocess from the parent
Is there any way to do that without using Hibernate libaries and
Well, there is no in-memory repository (yet) to hold processdefinitions of different jpdl files that get loaded at runtime. This may be added in the future because it will probably be needed in the context of doing webflow with jbpm. In the meantime, you could use the combination of the in-memory hsqldb with hibernate to achieve this effect already now. It is not the most efficient way to this, but if you can live with the initialization of the hibernate stuff during startup it should be okay.