[jbpm-dev] jBPM5 Human Task Module Refactorings
mswiders at redhat.com
Sun Jul 22 10:45:41 EDT 2012
Mauricio, great job with all the wiki's about it! it really helps to
follow the design.
As it comes for comments, most of them have already sent to you like a
month ago. In addition to those I have few more:
- is task definition service mandatory - I mean we already have
definition of a task as userTask in bpmn2 so don't see a reason why we
need to have definition once again stored on task server?
- seam transactions - does that mean we have tight dependency on seam
framework? do we want that? I recall that some time ago we tried to
remove such dependency... and wondering how that would look like in
other application servers, etc....
- backward compatibility - will we have any layer that will provide old
way to the new task server or we consider this as one time switch?
On 19.07.2012 11:25, Mauricio Salatino wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> I've made a brief about the refactorings that I'm planning to do based
> on the experiments that I was doing based on the concepts and
> requirements for a Human Task module that we all know.
> I've published this wiki page summarizing the main points that I'm
> targeting to cover on this refactor, so I appreciate any feedback
> remarks, questions.
> Let me know if you don't understand something or if you have doubts
> about this approach. In my perspective this looks clear, simple,
> flexible as it should be :)
> But I'm open to any constructive criticism.
> As mentioned in the document, you can download a working version of
> this component from the following URL if you want to see how the APIs
> feel and how the internals are working:
> The next step after the feedback is making it real :)
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