About the snapshot dependencies, yes, they will be removed to stable ones in future version. About JEE6 yes, you can use jBPM5 everywhere, because it's environment agnostic. You obviously needs to know about the container and how to work with their services in order to integrate the jBPM5 runtime with a JEE6 application server.
Thanks for your reply Mauricio.
they will be removed to stable ones in future versio
Do you mean in version 5.1 these dependencies won't be there?
You obviously needs to know about the container and how to work with their services in order to integrate the jBPM5 runtime with a JEE6 application server.
Is there any documentation around this?
About the dependencies, can you least the snapshot deps that you have right now? Are you talking about the 5.0 release right? We can create a list to be able to know what are the remaining snapshot dependencies that needs to be removed. I know that drools was in snapshot because it's required, so if the next release of drools goes out jbpm will probably adopt that new version.
About the JEE6 documentation, once again, jBPM5 can run in every environment. If you know how to use that environment you can run jBPM5 without troubles. As you can imagine documentation about JEE6 should be there in the Application Server project and it will probably contain several topics, so can you be more specific about the type of integration that you want to have in your own applications?
Hope it helps
PS: the I'm thinking that the wiki idea about the snapshots will be very good item to have.
dependencies to commons cli and commons finder are in snapshot apart from drools.