Are you having troubles with them? what exactly do you want to achieve, what is the problem exactly?
We are working on the emergency services stuff.. and we will be adding persistence soon.
As the jvm-local human task service is not available, I try to use the JMS task service.
So, I would like to create persistent knowledge session that connect to JMS task server (instead of a Mina server). The creation of JMS Task Server and JMS Task Client works pefectly.
Attached, I put my simple test.
I hope that you have time to have a look on this.
I'm not sure to fully understand you. Downloading the java file that you attached it contains the following line:
processSession.getWorkItemManager().registerWorkItemHandler("Human Task", new LocalHumanTaskHandler(taskService));
If you do that you don't need the JMS Task server becuase you are using the local implementation.
If you start a JMS Task Server you should use the appropriate handler that will be connected with that server.
Please take a look at the jbpm-human-task module that contains several test that shows you which handler to use depending the underlaying transport implementation.
Have you found time to look into my example above about JMS Task server?
I have made some tests with the JMS task server, you can check this one:
I also put it into tomcat, but I don't have the code right now. This link helped me:
Thanks a lot it helps really.
I am trying to integrate that within my application server. It is really a gap not having a local Task Service without JMS/Mina (I hope having that in next release).