Yes, it is compatible with Oracle9iAS since it is just a war or jar file
The 'steps' for the libraries are comparable with the ones for tomcat which are described in the docs. So give those a try and see
The Engine self is running fine, but the Admin-tool could make u some problems.
The reason for that is (i think), that there are different jsf. For Example, i am using Sun's Glassfish and it did not work on it. Because the preinstallt jsf is i incompatible with the Admintool. Mybe u must change the JSF from ur application-server (is not allways an easy task) if u want to use the admin-tool.
what errors do you get when using the webconsole on glassfish?
Thanks Kukeltje.. tat was a quick response. I will try out with the tomcat. But If you have any links for tomcat integration, then it would be better.
And moreover my application is STRUTS, so I think an example for struts application will be very good for the JBPM documentation, as majority of the developers are using STRUTS rather than JSF.
you'll be surprised how searching for things on this forum (or by using goolge) and on the wiki will give you lots of information
Sorry for the delay.
It was a problem between Suns JSF and MyFace.
In Suns App-Server thy are using JSF and i am not allowed to remove it. And the Web-console is using MyFace.
It looks that they are not 100% compatible.
I talked about it in: http://www.jboss.com/index.html?module=bb&op=viewtopic&t=94997
Oops sorry for the delay.. So finally I integrated JBPM to my application in Oracle 10g AS.Hopefully I may be posting a document for "How to integrate JBPM in a struts application " very soon..