the .CLASS_ things have to do with hibernate and inheritance. Look at the
"check the article in the Wiki" is not very useful.I disagree, since (at least) I only say this when there IS an article about it in the wiki or the forum. I think I do not *have* to search for you do I... there are things you can do yourself and learn from it... just the way I and others did. e.g. often when searching you see things that can come in handy later on.
Ok, thank you for your answer. Anyway I'm not able to understand what Group Type means.
Using the scripts found in the Wiki I have created the base configuration on my MySQL JBpm Data Base.
I logged in as "manager" and in the Identities link I have added a new Group called "baseusers". In this moment there is the possibility to specify the Group Type. But which values are availables? (it's the same question of my previous post), so I have left this field blank. Then I have created a new user called Stefano and I have added a Membership to this user with the "baseusers" group.
With this new user I'm not able to login. Why? I get
HTTP Status 403 - Access to the requested resource has been denied
If I don't use my Group (baseusers) I'm able to login using Stefano just if I add membership with all the existing pre-defined groups
Sorry kukeltje, I know that I'm a complete newbie but for me it's very difficult to understand how Jbpm works about this configuration.
An example: in this moment I added to my user Stefano the membership in groups hr, admin and user, the same groups of the admin user, and to do this I used the jbpm-console.
Why using Stefano I'm not able to login in the jbpm-console?
In the jbpm data base this are the values:
select t1.id_, t1.name_, t1.password_,
t3.name_ as group_name, t3.type_ as group_type
from jbpm_id_user t1,
where t1.id_ = t2.user_ and
t2.group_ = t3.id_ and
t1.name_ in ('admin', 'stefano');
order by t1.id_, t3.name_;
Please kukeltje ....