I've done this, no problem. It's the same as calling an EJB from any other Java application. Set your JNDI up, lookup the bean, use it.
Thank you for your answer.
Another question. If I use a Node in my Process I can choose a Handler which is a Bean. Does this mean an EntityBean (ejb3) or a SessionBean?
Or is this just a PoJo which is stored in the DB?
How do I read data from this "bean" (i.p. how do i select the corresponding data set?) Has anyone a link to this?
Ahh I got some trouble:
I use the newest package:
RC9. After i install it with ant I can't start the jmx-console anymore :-(
Hello, not sure to help you since i'm also pretty new to JBPM. To my understanding, Bean/Field action Handler mainly refers how you can inject parameters into the POJO Handler (Setter/Getter - versus direct property access) there is not much to do with EJB. By the way i also call EJB remote bean from within an action handler of a JBPM process with No Problem.