After I have accessed some JBPM stuff programmatically within a seam component (backing bean of a xhtml page, long running conversation started) I cannot call the seam debug page anymore. The error is:
"JbpmContext may only be used inside a transaction"
I do not actively put this JbpmContext into the conversation context.
The code I execute (in a @Observer(value="org.jboss.seam.beginConversation" method) :
ProcessInstance processInstance = new ProcessInstance(processDefinition);
org.jbpm.graph.exe.Token t = processInstance.getRootToken();
myLog.debug( "token.node before signal: " + t.getNode().getName() ); t.signal(); myLog.debug( "token.node after signal: " + t.getNode().getName() );
What can I do to prevent this error?
I work with seam 2.2.0.EAP5 and jBPM 3.2.5 SP5
The above question was putted into the jBPM forum a while ago but not answered. So I put it here again.
Meanwhile I have experienced the same error even if I work with jBPM annotations. I never access the jBPM API programmatically, but as soon a business process is up, one cannot call the seam debug page. I often have also the same error in log after having handled a full request, whithout having the error at the client side (the browser shows the page as expected, but in log I see a WARN: "Exception calling component @Destroy method: org.jboss.seam.bpm.jbpmContext org.hibernate.SessionException: Session is closed!" Which seems to me the same issue.