Hmm, I have to disappoint you Ronald. This is one of the things that is not yet supported by the current release... 3.2 support will be in the next GPD release.
But you can always include the jars manually in your plain vanilla java project I guess...
One of you mentioned that you were going to pack up the 3.2 version for a starter kit by the end fo the month. Is that still the plan, and do you have any def date for that? It would be really helpful for our project here, as we have to decide on which workflow program to use, and so far this one is the best, but I would like to clear up a few of the issues I have been having, which it appears 3.2 may do.
And if there is anything I can do to help, let me know.
I am attempting to build the 3.2 version, but having a few problems. (as noteed in other posts)
We potentially will be using this for the entire lab here of about 500+ people.
The plan is still to have an alpha release for jBPM 3.2 by the end of the month. If we will manage to do it is another cup of tea... So no def date yet.
I saw your reply to Ronald regarding 3.2 support... I got the GPD 3.0.11 from the anonymous CVS (HEAD) and I have the same problem as Roland does: no way I can configure the runtime.
What I did not get from your post is whether there's a workaround for that or if I'd better wait for the next release...
One more question: I saw in a post some weeks ago that it will be possible to build more complex forms using the designer (not only input fields, but as well combos, radios and so on). Are these functionalities already included in the HEAD?
Thanks a lot
you cannot use jBPM 3.2 pre alpha (cvs-head) yet with gpd 3.0.11
Use the directory: