1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 16, 2008 7:44 PM by Maykell Frómeta

    Seam and BPM

    Maykell Frómeta Newbie

      Hi, when using  BPM with Seam, the way is documented in tutorials and books is using BPM inside the Seam project, the BPM is trap inside the project, now my question is:


      ¿Can i use a process that is deployed in an external server (for example Intalio) from my Seam project?



        • 1. Re: Seam and BPM
          Maykell Frómeta Newbie

          Maykell Frómeta wrote on Oct 15, 2008 15:17:


          Hi, when using  BPM with Seam, the way is documented in tutorials and books is using BPM inside the Seam project, the BPM is trap inside the project, now my question is:

          ¿Can i use a process that is deployed in an external server (for example Intalio) from my Seam project?




          Hi again, it is possible that i wasn´t very explicit in my before post.
          One of the promise of most of BPM tools and engines is allow flexibility when business changes come into play. Now, after i review and play with the integration between Seam and JBPM, me worry is about i don´t see how can i isolate the processes definition and execution from the web application itself because i see Seam code inside my process definition for everywhere.


          A simple case, after my application is in production it is necessary to make a change in one of the processes it is holding
          Do i have to redeploy the application after the change? 


          another question:
          Can i make a deploy of one of my process even without make a deploy of the application that uses this process?


          Can i deploy my process to a server for example jboss-jbpm-2.0-server and deploy my Seam application to another server for example jboss-4.2.x.GA ?



          How can i take adventages from tools like Jbpm-console?


          I hope you can help me with this,


          Thanks in advance,
          Maykell.