Hi, you are right that NetBeans does not currently support jBPM. I think you will need to use both IDEs. I am not sure if anyone tried this yet - it would be great if you could try this out and post your results - is is doable to do jBPM development in Eclipse and all other development with NetBeans? Thanks.
What do you mean by "Netbeans does not currently support jBPM" ?
I'm working on a JBPM project on NB and it seems to work (up to the point where I use jaxws webservices... but it is another story)
The only thing you might need is the visual development of process graphs.
For this you can indeed use eclipse then use the generated xml in NB (caution: you cannot show actions or external actors on graphs)
Well, I guess you are right, what I meant is that "NetBeans does not have a module that specifically supports JBPM". I am glad to hear that it is possible to work in a JBPM project in NetBeans, even without specific support.