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Call jBPM from JSP

 
Binod Suman
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Hi,

I have a running jBPM application. And that application is running using jbpm-console. Now I want to call the same jBPM program using the JSP, mean to say I want to use jBPM api to my existing web application.
Is any approach to call existing jBPM from the JSP/Servlet/Wicket.

Thanks,

Binod Suman
 
Anup Chitrakar
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I'm also trying the same thing... Can any one tell us where shall I start Because I'm completely new to jBPM. I had tried a couple of jBPM applications running in jbpm-console, I'm trying a lot to call the same jBPM project using the JSP.

PLEASE HELP...


Sorry for my English... I know it's really poor.. Anyways Please Help regarding the JBPM-JSP integration...

Thanks in advance
 
William P O'Sullivan
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search is your friend ...

http://docs.jboss.com/jbpm/v4/userguide/html_single/#queryApi

From a brief look at this it appears you can write your own Java code to access jBPM processes.

Seems quite powerful too.

Also DO NOT call these from a JSP for good architecture, but have a servlet delegate to a facade or service layer.

WP
 
Anup Chitrakar
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Thanks William...

By the way I'm using the jbpm-jpdl-suit-3.2.3.

Since I'm trying some simple examples. I can print the simple "Hello World" in the jBPM console. Can you provide me a sample code for this simple HELLO WORLD PROJECT so that it no more displays in the console... But get displayed in the jsp page.

I want to trigger the start node of the HelloWorldJbpmProcess via JSP.

Please Help... Don't mind because I'm completely new here...

Thanks in Advance...
 
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