by using the api.... please do a little research yourself befor asking these kinds of questions... we (sorry to say) are not here to do your work.
You probably didn't understand my question. I guess, it doesn't matter since your reply was not useful in anyway. If you can't help, isn't it easy enough to ignore the thread? Forums are meant for people to share their knowledge.
I fully understand your question. If I did not, I would have told you so.
The webconsole does for a large part what you want. If you had even the slightest look at it (which I assume you didn't since you did not even mention that you want something like in the webconsole) you would have figured out to look at the underlying code. (assuming you are smart enough, which I think you are since you choose jbpm). The webconsole uses the api so my answer 'use the api' is a very good answer.
You obviously want a free complete working solution without doing any work (be it coding or investigating) yourself. That is NOT what this forum is for.
Anyone else with some useful answers, please respond (and kukeltje, please ignore this thread).
Are there some samples out there that could help someone get a quick start on this? I've worked on several different technologies over the years, and I don't believe the jBPM documentation is upto the mark (atleast, nowhere compared to the Oracle documentation of related technologies, like Oracle BPEL, etc, that I'm familiar with).
I looked at the jbpm.token table, and it seems to only list the forks. My workflow has a number of nodes and states, following these forks, but I don't see that in that table. And, I haven't been able to find the documentation for these jBPM tables to get a sense for the schema. It has mainly been through a bunch of different queries that I've written, that I've gotten any feel for the data in these tables.
no problem.... just don't expect any further help in the future... oh and just for the sake of ignoring this thread... sometimes sticky posts at the top of the forum are interesting.......at least others have told us that it was real helpful... but I will not tell you this.
Scroll down to the "Execution Model".
The useful documentation for this project is scattered around - in this case, in the Wiki. Once you find something useful, be sure the survey the surrounding area to see if there's anything else useful.
Thanks estaub. I appreciate it.
Another thing - I'm able to get to the web console using the test suite but when I try to go this console at work (where jbpm is deployed in tomcat and not jboss), it doesn't seem to work... any thoughts?
"doesn't seem to work" doesn't give much to go on...
Sorry, my mistake. When I try to access the web console using a URL like this:
- as is what is mentioned in the docs, I get a HTTP 404 error. I didn't get any errors while deploying the jbpm.war file though.