Vinod Kumar Singh | 6 Feb 07:41 2004

Re: jBpm alive and kickin !

Hi Tom,

It is nice to hear that jBPM is progressing at full strength.
When we can expect the version 2 ?

Regards,

Vinod

Tom Baeyens wrote:

> Hi jBpm-users,
> 
> 
> This mail just to let you know we are alive and kickin !
> Finally I managed to spend all of my time on the jBpm 2.0 developments.
> Progress is faster and better then expected.  Here is a small
> (incomplete) list of the improvements you can expect :
> 
> 
>   * easier configuration (of app-servers and databases)
>   * deployment in- and outside an ejb-container
>   * much improved testability (you can run the complete jbpm application
> from a stand-alone junit-test... even the packaging of the
> process archives)
>   * pluggable persistence & logging framework
>   * minor process language improvements
> 
> 
> Another milestone for me is that I finished my last non-jBpm project 2
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Tuan Jean Tee | 26 Feb 00:45 2004

What is the password to login

I have just installed JBPM 1.0 and it seems to start up without problem.
I was asked for a username and password. What is the login required?
 
Thank you.


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