Tomcat and ejb's? Hmm.... don't think that will work.
Well yes, playing too much with every configurations.... Anyway I was first deploying in JBoss... So this is still an issue...
Basically the issue just looks as client configuration issue. There is nothing critical as I'm just playing with jbpm and see what I can do or not.
Thanks for the reply anyway
Can you post the content of remote.client.jbpm.cfg.xml ?
remote.client.jbpm.cfg.xml : (file in jbpmHome/install/src/cfg/jbpm)
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <jbpm-configuration> <import resource="jbpm.jbossremote.cfg.xml" /> </jbpm-configuration>
and jbpm.jbossremote.cfg.xml : (found in jbpm-pvm-4.1.jar)
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <jbpm-configuration> <process-engine-context> <repository-service /> <repository-cache /> <execution-service /> <history-service /> <management-service /> <task-service /> <identity-service /> <ejb-remote-command-service initial-context-factory="org.jnp.interfaces.NamingContextFactory" provider-url="jnp://localhost" url-pkg-prefixes="org.jboss.naming:org.jnp.interfaces"> <retry-interceptor /> </ejb-remote-command-service> </process-engine-context> </jbpm-configuration>
The binding for the Ejb remote command service is in the jbpm.wire.bindings.xml file, so the config file is probably missing some imports.
Try to add jbpm.default.cfg.xml, jbpm.jpdl.cfg.xml, etc... and let us know if this helps.