Works fine for me. Do you see anything suspicious in the console when you click the image button?
Click the "Evaluation" process, then fresh the instance list,but instance list always lists nothing. This is a Bug,I think.
After run ProcessTest.java,you can see the "process instance" in jbpm-console?
No. If you are starting a process from jbpm-console, then it is listed in the instances window. Try doing that and see if you can get its image to pop up?
I am not sure if running ProcessTest.java should list an instance in the console too. But it doesnt do that for me either.
Manual starting a process,then process instance will list,so it is with me.
But refer to the User Guide, use ProcessTest.java to start a process,jbpm-console should list an instance.
Please read the "3.4.10-Minute Tutorial: Using the Eclipse tooling" and "3.5.10-Minute Tutorial: Using the jBPM Console" of Jbpm User Guide.
Nowhere it says that man. I could not find what you are talking about. Btw. By console they mean eclipse console in section 3.4.10 and not jbpm-console.
sorry,jbpm5.4 console should be jboss console here.
jboss console will prompt "Did not find process for image com.sample.evaluation".
the User Guide says, use ProcessTest.java to start a process(jbpm5.4 user guide 3.4.10),jbpm-console should list an instance(jbpm5.4 user guide 3.5.10).
These are two different lines from two different sections man. How can you link these 2.
Sec 3.4.10 says that you can start a process and see its output on the eclipse console. No where it talks about jbpm-console.
And sec 3.5.10 is about jbpm-console, it never says anything about processtest.java.
I think the list of process instances in jbpm console depends on the resources you have in your default jbpm process repository which can be set somewhere(I am forgetting the exact file where the path can be set). which is different from your eclipse workspace from where you run your processtest.java.
Anyway, i never really cared about jbpm-console. End of the day you need to create your own console and you can manage your process instances whatever way.
thanks a lot.
Pesonal task can be listed,but process instance can't be listed,it makes me so confused.