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Call jBPM from JSP

Binod Suman

Joined: May 07, 2008
Posts: 17

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.


Binod Suman
Anup Chitrakar

Joined: Jun 12, 2012
Posts: 2

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.


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

Thanks in advance

Happy Coding...
William P O'Sullivan
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Joined: Mar 28, 2012
Posts: 859

search is your friend ...

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.

Anup Chitrakar

Joined: Jun 12, 2012
Posts: 2

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...
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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