What steps did you follow to setup jbpm on websphere? Can you execute the examples? AFAIK jbpm installation on websphere has not been tested.
Thanks for your quick reply. I was able to deploy jbpm4.1 on WebSphere7.0 after struggling with WebSphere custom registry setup to adapt the jbpm access control. Without making any changes to the jbpm-console.war, gwt-console-server.war and following the instruction, now I am able to run most of the functions on the jbpm-console.
The only problem I found is that I cannot re-login to the console without clearing bowser history on Firefox, on IE, I have to restart the browser every time to login. When I try to login the 2nd time on FF, I am getting this response: http://localhost:9081/gwt-console-server/rs/identity/sucure/ 405 Method Not Allowed, in FireBug. It seams like the gwt-console-server login information or cookies information is not being cleared after every login. Please help to identify this problem. Also please tell me how to deploy and configure the jbpm-consol onto a separate server, if possible. Do you have a document on the security setup?
I have a thought about the jbpm build-in security mechanism. Most of the features in jbpm are very easy to deploy and use, except the console security. Security feature should be packaged as a separate add-on, plug-in, i.e. using Spring security. If an open source project is developed as application server independent, it will quickly increase its popularity and adaptability.
Thank you and best regards.
There is nothing special about the GWT console security. It simply uses JAAS. Take a look at the web.xml, IMO it's self explaining.