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Configuring JBoss to run jBpm

Eugene Abarquez
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Hello to any JBoss experts in the house,

I want to know how to configure my older version of JBoss to run jBpm, specifically jboss-4.0.3. I was able to run the sample web application that comes bundled with the starters kit, but that was using the jboss server in the starters kit. I want to know how I can do the same thing using my jboss-4.0.3 server. Is that possible at all? I tried to deploy the sample web application WAR file in my jboss-4.0.3 server, but it is giving me some wierd errors. Please advise. Thanks.


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Eugene Abarquez
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Any ideas?
Jaikiran Pai
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I havent used JBoss jBpm. The starters kit that i downloaded contains a jbpm.war and a jbpm.sar (and maybe something more). So when you say:

I tried to deploy the sample web application WAR file in my jboss-4.0.3 server


Did you even copy the sar? I dont know whether that's required, but you could give it a try. Also what's the exception that you are seeing? I would expect it to run on any other instance of JBoss as long as you make sure you have deployed all the required archives.


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Eugene Abarquez
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Hi Jaikiran,

Thanks for the reply. This worked for me. I added the jbpm.sar folder together with the jbpm-ds.xml and jbpm.war files in the deploy folder of jboss-4.0.3. The jbpm sample web application page is now showing, but it throws an exception when you navigate to a page with the process definition graph image with it, i.e. the task.jsp page. It might be an issue with the version of the jar files used. Anyway, I will have to look more into it. But thanks a lot though for the help.

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