2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 6, 2008 5:56 AM by jalovic jalovic

# Deploy a web application without using jbpm-console

Hi everybody,
First of all i'd like to say that i've read many documentations and forums and i've seen this demo(http://docs.jboss.com/jbpm/v3/demos/movies/jbpm-overview-800x600.htm) before posting this message.
If i understand itwell,jbpm-console is just a web-application given with the jbpm-runtime.
My probleme is that i want to integrate the workflow(vacation request)in a web application(where the jsf pages are already there).
And I have a question,is it necessary to run the server(jbpm-jpdl-3.2.3\server\start.bat) before any deployment,can we deploy process in other servers like Apache-tomcat(i've tried,but in vain).
Please,guide me so i can integrate the workflow into my web application,i'm in a training and i'm blocked.
Can you tell me the advantage of integrating worflow besides it gives an agility in the maintenance.

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My probleme is that i want to integrate the workflow(vacation request)in a web application(where the jsf pages are already there).
This is a normal usecase for jBPM, so should not be a problem
,is it necessary to run the server(jbpm-jpdl-3.2.3\server\start.bat) before any deployment,can we deploy process in other servers like Apache-tomcat(i've tried,but in vain).
No, Yes, see the wiki
Please,guide me so i can integrate the workflow into my web application,i'm in a training and i'm blocked.
Do it just like you would integrate other frameworks in your webapplications. Use the api. Examples are the webconsole itself (jbpm4jsf) or a struts example in the wiki
Can you tell me the advantage of integrating worflow besides it gives an agility in the maintenance.