Tom Baeyens | 18 Sep 21:20 2003

jbpm-1.0-beta5.2

Hi,
Just after having released jbpm-1.0-beta5, I had to fix a few minor ambiguities mainly in the binary distribution packages :-(
The release jbpm-1.0-beta5.2 fixes these issues :-)
Enjoy it !
Regards, Tom.
Tom Baeyens | 22 Sep 10:54 2003

web interface of the pregnancy process

Hi there,
 
The web interface from the pregnanacy process is generating a problem.
It will be fixed by next release.  Anybody that sees this as a challenge, please send us a modified, working version of the webinterface.xml.
 
Thanks for your patience,
Regards, Tom.
Roman Rytov | 24 Sep 08:59 2003

Dynamic process definition


Hi,
I'm just starting using jBMP but already have my first question.
Is there a way to build a process definition dynamically? I'll explain
what I want. Let's say I define a workflow for an issue-managing system.
So a task (issue) has its workflow and on a certain stage I want to
split it onto several sub-tasks and later perform synchronization over
these sub-tasks. But the number of the subtasks is not predefined and
should be chosen dynamically.  

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RomanR

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Tom Baeyens | 24 Sep 10:03 2003

changes after jbpm-1.0-beta5.2

Hi all,
Following fixes were made after jbpm-1.0-beta5.2 in cvs :
 * fixed a bug with the use of flow-local attributes.
 * added support for the absence of the webinterface.xml
 * fixed the usage of the role of an activity-state
The release of jbpm-1.0-beta6 will follow later next week.
Regards, Tom.
José PLACIDE | 24 Sep 10:48 2003

Fwd: Dynamic process definition


Début du message réexpédié :

> De: José PLACIDE <jose.placide <at> kaliartis.org>
> Date: Mer 24 sep 2003  09:57:32 Europe/Paris
> À: "Roman Rytov" <rrytov <at> entopia.com>
> Objet: Rép : [Jbpm-users] Dynamic process definition
>
> Hi roman,
> What you want is not a way for build dynamic process definition!
> I think your process can be split in two parts :
>
> - a loop for spawning "n" sub-process,
> - a other loop for synchronizing all instanciated sub-process.
>
> But today, i don't know if there is a way for spawn/sync in jbpm.
>
> Regards,
>
> José PLACIDE
> KALI ARTIS
>
> Le mercredi, 24 sep 2003, à 08:59 Europe/Paris, Roman Rytov a écrit :
>
>>
>> Hi,
>> I'm just starting using jBMP but already have my first question.
>> Is there a way to build a process definition dynamically? I'll explain
>> what I want. Let's say I define a workflow for an issue-managing 
>> system.
>> So a task (issue) has its workflow and on a certain stage I want to
>> split it onto several sub-tasks and later perform synchronization over
>> these sub-tasks. But the number of the subtasks is not predefined and
>> should be chosen dynamically.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> ___________
>> RomanR
>>
>>
>>
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>
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Tom Baeyens | 24 Sep 12:01 2003

dicuss on the forums

Hi all,

Please, use the forums for dicussions.
For the dynamic process definition  <at> see
http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?thread_id=940914&forum_id=240085
I shall document this better on the web site.

Thanks, Tom.

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Subject: Fwd: [Jbpm-users] Dynamic process definition

Début du message réexpédié :

> De: José PLACIDE <jose.placide <at> kaliartis.org>
> Date: Mer 24 sep 2003  09:57:32 Europe/Paris
> À: "Roman Rytov" <rrytov <at> entopia.com>
> Objet: Rép : [Jbpm-users] Dynamic process definition
>
> Hi roman,
> What you want is not a way for build dynamic process definition!
> I think your process can be split in two parts :
>
> - a loop for spawning "n" sub-process,
> - a other loop for synchronizing all instanciated sub-process.
>
> But today, i don't know if there is a way for spawn/sync in jbpm.
>
> Regards,
>
> José PLACIDE
> KALI ARTIS
>
> Le mercredi, 24 sep 2003, à 08:59 Europe/Paris, Roman Rytov a écrit :
>
>>
>> Hi,
>> I'm just starting using jBMP but already have my first question.
>> Is there a way to build a process definition dynamically? I'll explain
>> what I want. Let's say I define a workflow for an issue-managing
>> system.
>> So a task (issue) has its workflow and on a certain stage I want to
>> split it onto several sub-tasks and later perform synchronization over
>> these sub-tasks. But the number of the subtasks is not predefined and
>> should be chosen dynamically.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> ___________
>> RomanR
>>
>>
>>
>> -------------------------------------------------------
>> This sf.net email is sponsored by:ThinkGeek
>> Welcome to geek heaven.
>> http://thinkgeek.com/sf
>> _______________________________________________
>> jBpm-users mailing list
>> jBpm-users <at> lists.sourceforge.net
>> https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/jbpm-users
>>
>>
>
>
>

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