People usually prefer JMS over plain socket connection. JMS (HornetQ) allows you to configure message persistence and realibility options that are usually needed in production. Cheers
Thanks Mauricio, do you have a demo (using JBPM 5.1) to help me to configure message persistence in HornetQ?
Thanks in advance
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There are two different things.. one is setting up jBPM5 human task component to work with hornetQ and then you should check the HornetQ documentation for reliability configurations. All those configurations are totally agnostic to jBPM5 and it depends on what you are trying to achive.
If you want to see how to configure jBPM5 to use HornetQ you can check the emergency-service app that we are developing to demonstrate all this topics.
in the jbpm version 5.2 has been included Local human task service (a local implementation of the task service that runs locally). My question about this:
is convenient to use this strategy in a production environment?
can you help?
Thank's in advance