[jbpm-dev] Could you please provide some directions?
rgomes1997 at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Mar 17 20:50:27 EDT 2011
Thanks a lot :)
JQuantLib is a library for Quantitative Finance written in Java.
On 18/03/11 00:30, Salaboy wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> It sounds like you want to use the process engine without the bpm
> console and you want to create your own UIs to interact with your
> If your processes include human activities you can use the human tasks
> Apis to create any type of ui you want, but the API is task list oriented.
> If you don't want to use the human task API you can use the common
> engine API to interact.
> Hope it help!
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> On 17/03/2011, at 19:21, Richard Gomes <rgomes1997 at yahoo.co.uk
> <mailto:rgomes1997 at yahoo.co.uk>> wrote:
>> Hi jBPM developers,
>> Thank you guys a lot for jBPM5 !
>> I liked certain things... in particular BeanShell scripting.
>> Just a quick background about me:
>> I can call myself a Core Java developer with a lot of "random skills"
>> spread from Assembly language to IBM/X10 ( http://x10-lang.org ),
>> databases, etc, etc. With so many different skills (not being expert
>> on nothing!), I'm trying to reduce the number of new things to be
>> learned whilst playing with jBPM5 (and become non-specialist on even
>> more things).
>> I'm not a web developer, definitely not. And I'm not planning to
>> become one, in spite I understand I will have to have my hands dirty
>> with GWT (or even Vaadin?) in future, at a certain point.
>> I'd like to have "kind of jbpm-console" but without the typical look
>> and feel of a BPM console, I mean: without the Inbox and other
>> queues, etc. Could you please give me some ideas and/or directions
>> about this?
>> I think my process could run under a single user (from jBPM5
>> perspective). Web users would authenticate at a certain point but I
>> guess authentication could be stored internally as a variable
>> (authenticated email address).
>> Any direction is much, much appreciated.
>> Thanks a lot and regards
>> Richard Gomes
>> twitter: frgomes
>> JQuantLib is a library for Quantitative Finance written in Java.
>> twitter: jquantlib
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