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Guvnor as the process repository for JBPM Artifacts (Free Screencast)

Submitted by jbpm on Fri, 2011-09-02 14:38
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The Guvnor repository by JBoss can be used as a process repository to store business processes. The repository stores the artifacts and provides services for querying, uploading, exploring, curating, and managing them. Storing descriptions of services, along with their metadata, contracts, configuration files, etc., and then managing the lifecycle of these services from analysis through deployment, and allowing access to this information through various interfaces. It also offers a web-based interface to manage your processes. This includes a web-based editor for viewing and editing processes. A user may locate some reusable XSD via the web, sync it into their eclipse workspace, and then have it shared via an atompub "feed" to runtime systems

 

Open up Drools Guvnor on your Server Type the URL

http://localhost:8080/drools-guvnor

 

Log in, using any non-empty username / password (we disabled authentication for demo purposes)

The following screencast gives an overview of how to manage your repository. It shows you:

 

  • How to import an existing process (in this case the evaluation process) from eclipse into guvnor
  • How to open up the evaluation process in the web editor
  • How to build a package so it can be used for creating a session

 

 

Hope this helps. Comments and Suggestions are welcome


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