Sure you can. Guvnor now comes with an oryx-based bpmn editor that you can use to define your processes.
Great Thanks Aliverti..
One quick question, Is it possible to bring oryx-based bpmn editor in my web based application(like MyEclipse Swing/Awt pallette). My aim is bring that editor with drag and drop option in my application.
The oryx-based BPMN editor comes in a .war-file, designer.war. So it should be possible. But I do not know the details, only that Guvnor also has the integrated designer.war somewhere in its own .war-file.
As leon_ mentioned, you can just use the designer.war file in your app. The editor lets you create .bpmn2 files by draging and dropping components from a pallete.
If you follow this approach, you will need to handle the persistence of your processes.
If you are already using guvnor, and you want to embedd its editor in your application letting guvnor to handle persistence, versioning and distribution, you can use this new feature present in Drools 5.2: http://ilesteban.wordpress.com/2010/11/23/guvnor-embed-assets-editor-in-your-application/
You can get more information here: http://surdilovic.wordpress.com/2011/04/06/integrate-oryx-designer-and-guvnor-in-your-own-applications/
I am newer to droos. I wish to work some sample rule and work flow. I have installed myeclipse. Also, installation part is over. As a beginner point of view, i want know how to run sample rule and work flow. Is there any material?
Note : I need mainly drools installation guide to MyEclipse 8.5.
Thanks for your reply. I go though that two links. I have downloaded design.war file from http://people.redhat.com/tsurdilo/oryx/1.0.0.051/ this link.
I have deployed in tomcat6.14 but it is not running. I don't know where i put the design.war.
My doubt is, Is it necessary to run jboss server for get the Drool Editor. or Is there any other way to bring drool editor in my application.