1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 26, 2006 11:52 AM by Ronald van Kuijk

    Problem with starting Simple process in JBPM 3.2 Head

    Milan Agatonovic Newbie

      Dear community,
      After I finally installed JBPM from CVS, I started to play with it.

      I have started Designer and successfully deployed Simple process, which is added in Designer by default (at least no errors are reported).
      I use default configurations (JBoss 4.0.4AG with HSSQLDB)
      When I log as ernie on jbpm-console, I can see Simple Process Instance, but when I click start I get this:

      com.sun.facelets.tag.TagAttributeException: /common/taskform.xhtml @21,50 src="#{taskBean.taskFormPath}" /common/taskform.xhtml @21,50 src="#{taskBean.taskFormPath}": org.jbpm.JbpmException: couldn't get inputstream for file 'forms.xml'

      And there is indeed no forms.xml among Simple Process files.
      The opposite situation is for Websale process!?

      In addition I have checked all other processes in examples folder, and none of them has forms.xml.

      And, yes, I have checked JIRA and Design Forums, but as far as I have concluded, forms.xml is used for custom forms (definition of various input controls), but shouldn't automagical (default) form generation remain supported as it is the case with 3.1.x version?

      One thing more, this is related to provided examples:
      How I can add them easily to my JBPM Project in Designer.
      I see build.xml and example.base.build.xml, but it seems they are not functional (besides that I do not know what is their purpose)

      The trace is:
      D:\work\java\jbpm-3.2\examples>ant
      Buildfile: build.xml

      build:

      BUILD FAILED
      D:\work\java\jbpm-3.2\examples\build.xml:8: The following error occurred while executing this line:
      D:\work\java\jbpm-3.2\examples\websale\build.xml:6: The following error occurred while executing this line:
      D:\work\java\jbpm-3.2\examples\example.base.build.xml:101: XML document structures must start and end within the same entity.

      Thank you for your clarifications and any hint.
      Regards
      Milan