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>> I've posted a few questions here that were not answered at all, but I'll give a try with this one, hoping to get answer <<
Sorry this happened. Can you post the links of your other posts please? We also have a jbpm-users mailing list and als IRC which you may want to try in case you questions here are not getting traction for some reason. Another thing you can do is just "shamelessly" bump your post by adding a comment to it like "hey guys I still have this question" or something which will show it ontop of the list again
You are right, the current Guvnor test scenario support is fairly limited. It for example does not support testing of CEP features and neither for jBPM5 processes. AFAIK there is noone currently involved in extending the Guvnor test scenarios to include fulle process testing support, and you can now write jUnit tests (which you seem to be doing) that pull the package pkg file from guvnor via KnowledgeAgent+changeset.xml and run them in your dev environment.
To try to get this included in future Guvnor versions, best thing would be to raise a Guvnor Jira and have people vote for it.
Hope this helps.
Hi Tihomir (pozdrav Tihomire )
thanks for the reply. I'll raise Guvnor Jira, because I think this can be a really useful feature, because process definitions may me semantically correct, but working incorrectly.
Puno pozdrava Miljenko!
I have been looking into adding a feature to the jBPM web designer which allows you to dynamicall create a junit test from a process you are editing in Guvnor. This is in very beginning stages, so any input/ideas are very welcome. If you'd like to contribute as well, just let us know .
when do you expect to add it into jBPM web designer, at least in some early beta?
I cannot make any assumptions about my spare time, but I'll see if I can get some more time to contribute, because at some project stage I might need some out-of-the-box unit testing without writing JUnit test cases
The Web Designer has it's own release cycles, not dependent on jBPM releases. Not sure I can give you an estimate right now as it would be a really rough guess. I think best would be just to watch this Jira: https://issues.jboss.org/browse/JBPM-3366 and I'll update it's status as things get moving.
Hope this helps.