2 Replies Latest reply on Apr 20, 2010 9:46 PM by Manuel Jordan

    About jBPM components in 3.2.6 to 4.3

    Manuel Jordan Newbie

      Dear Members

       

      I have read the book jBPM Developer Guide (recommended ), it work with jPBM 3.2.6 and I am working with jBPM 4.3

      I realized about the book use the node component like below

       

       

      jbpm06.png

      Where such component not appear anymore in 4.3

       

       

      jbpm05.png

      Therefore what is its equivalent? since state component wait for an external event

       

      Thanks in advanced

       

      -Manuel

        • 1. Re: About jBPM components in 3.2.6 to 4.3
          HuiSheng Xu Master

          Hi Manuel,

           

            I don't know what could be done in the node. So I will make some guess.

           

            Maybe the node is equals as the TaskActivity, So both of them could create a Human Task and wait the task being completed.

           

            Maybe the node is a container of other Activity, So it is equals as the GroupActivity. But I think the super-state is more like the GroupActivity.

           

            If you could show more details of the node, I think I could make better guess.

          • 2. Re: About jBPM components in 3.2.6 to 4.3
            Manuel Jordan Newbie

            Hello Huisheng

             

            Thanks for the reply and sorry for my delay

             

             

            I don't know what could be done in the node. So I will make some guess.

            Well such item component appear here see the menu item components (Figure 7.2. The Properties View of the selected Task Node)

             

             

            Maybe the node is equals as the TaskActivity, So both of them could create a Human Task and wait the task being completed.

            Maybe the node is a container of other Activity, So it is equals as the GroupActivity. But I think the super-state is more like the GroupActivity.

            No is neither TaskActivity nor GroupActivity

             

             

            If you could show more details of the node, I think I could make better guess

             

            According to the book, such node is (see page 113 if you or some friend have the book)

             

            Note the icon inside the node rectangle, a gear, is used to represent the node functionality, meaning that the base functionality for a Node is the generic work to be done, which can probably be represented with a piece of Java code.

             

            Thanks