commment are made in e.g. the webconsole. Any comment a user wants to add.
Moduleinstance is very low level. Only interesting if you want to develop jbpm (not with jbpm)
Many thanks for your reply, Ronald!!
But i am still not clear about how a user adds comments to web-console. I think my version of web-console is not set up properly, since I could find no way to add comments from there. (I am using jbpm starters kit 3.1.3).
In any case, my interest in the JBPM_COMMENTS table is that I want to store comments with some tasks in my workflow.(I am integrating jBPM into an existing spring application) I can use context.setVariable, but I was wondering whether this functionality is provided inherently by jBPM and there is a more direct method to accomplish this, please?
Thanks again :)
oh oh... completely my fault. simply overlooked taskInstance.addComments() function :(
thanks a lot Ronald!
this solves my problem completely:)