Many thanks, Chris!
Last question to clarify:
Inside the processA, you can define a node whicn contains an action with an actionhandler that would send a message. I understand this.
HOWEVER, in order to invoke processB, you need to use a MDB to pick up the message. What is MDB? Is it something you have to define outside of processB? Can you define something like a listener inside processB which will wait for the message and kick processB to start?
Basically what I want is a very clean GUI design of JBPM process defintion without any outside coding. Is it possible?
Hope I don't confuse you.
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Can you briefly describe your setup. Here is what I am assuming you are trying to do, so correct me if I am wrong
1/ You have a JBoss Federation setup in your school domain using the JBoss Federation Server
2/ You have a university ("a partner") in a different domain whose Federation is running the Oracle Federation Server
3/ And you want your SSO tokens propagated/processes/validated between the two Federations?
If my assumption about this setup is correct, what you are looking for is the username and password that the OIF server will use to perform a "Trust Handshake" between the two servers to check if it can trust the SSO token it is receiving.
However, if you are using the CR1 release, the "Trust Handshake" of JBoss Federation Server is non-customizable making it not able to interoperate with non-JBoss Federation Servers.
This feature is still under development. I understand that interoperation between Federation Servers is an important feature and we have the base architecture to support it, but we still have to develop the feature to make it happen.
In fact we have a open JIRA to support Microsoft Federation Server as well once this feature is developed. http://jira.jboss.com/jira/browse/JBSSO-9
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