Did you directly take a look at the tables (MySql Query Browser)?
If there are things missing, perhaps hibernate itself could fix the ddl by adding: update to the hibernate.cfg.xml
Thank you Hannes,
but i don't know what to update in the "hibernate.cfg.xml"..
Yes, i directly took a look at the table "jbpm_processinstance" where the process instance #318 is existing. The table "jbpmtest.jbpm_dynprocess_node" doesn't exist, that's true - but what is it for? There is no info at the source, web or anywhere else...
solved this issue!
it was a company internal table - just inserted the hibernate property "hibernate.hbm2ddl.auto" and it worked.. thx guys