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I ran the Oracle Script manually The problem got solved , but was wondering if there is really an issue with the persistence.xml that this is not created in two instances where I guess it should be
1. During the installation time. First time when user install the JBPMN
2. Or During Deployment of the jbpmn-console .
3. Or it should be in the documentations. which doesn't not mention any manual run. of any ddl script
should i go ahead and create a JIRA probably .
It is surprising that TaskImpl is the entity which will force the creation of the table inside the database and some how it is not doing it ..some issue though.