Note: this is a followup to: Creating a custom Field: org.jbpm.formModeler Cannot be resolved to a type
After having the Holder class I worked on adding it to jBPM.
After searching and trying for hours I found out that there's no such thing a classpath in jBPM. Instead it uses a modules system. Anyway, I placed the required files in the correct places and I made the .index and the module.xml by using the h2 module and the getopt-1.0.13 as models to copy from.
After doing that, the form modeler wasn't recognizing the fields that I was making of the type of the class that I was making.
Only 3 methods have shown to possibly work:
- Compile the .java and place it into a .jar by using the method described below (with the respective .index and module.xml)
- Add the .java to the project in the correct place according to its full name.
- Both of above.
For 1st, I made a .jar and placed in pt.example.service_test.Holder ([...]jboss-as-7.1.1.Final/modules/pt/example/service_test/Holder.jar) with the respective .index and module.xml
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<module xmlns="urn:jboss:module:1.1" name="Holder">
Also, there are no references to it in the logs.
For the 2nd, I just pulled, added the files that I placed in:
(you already know the 3rd).
The 1st gave no visible changes.
For the 2nd and 3rd, the only visible change was that in the form modeler in the section of the form to add a new form origin. After selecting "From Data Model", below "Info:", the full class name was appearing in the selectbox.
Either way. I was always able to use the "From Java Class" and fill in the full class name manually (pt.example.service_test.Holder).
When I change the tab to "Add fields by origin" the fields that I created in the form origin are not appearing in the list created here. Same happens if I try to use the WYSIWYG editor (CKE). The selectboxes below it appear without that element (the java basic types still appear, though). What am I doing wrong?