even jBPM 3.0.1 works splendid in a cluster. You just have to take the same precautions as with any other clustered app with failover and all bells and whistles.
And if it's worth anything to you, I've just (literally 30 minutes ago) deployed a fairly large (volume wise) clustered app and everybody is happy.
Have a nice weekend.
can you send me an email at tom-dot-baeyens-at-jboss-dot-com so that i have your current email address ? i tried sending you an email, but maybe it didn't arrive...
Wondering how timers work in a clustered tomcat/spring situation? Our architecture involves couple of tomcat servers bundled with spring based application. The application uses spring modules for its configuration and we use the JBPMTemplate for our interaction with JBPM.