[jboss-user] [JBoss jBPM] - Re: how list processes?

kukeltje do-not-reply at jboss.com
Wed May 9 05:28:03 EDT 2007

The code of the core is partly documentation, but the testcases are great documentation. Realy simple isolated examples of how to use the api and great in combination with the javadocs. I've worked with several engine and the testcases of jBPM helped me more than thick fat pdf documents of other suppliers. (and a lot more than 1 day to get something running)

Besides that and without wanting to offend you, we get 2 types of feedback on the docs/engine: It's really sufficient and it s*cks. From my experience with both types of responses, the former is from people who read the docs to some extend, use the javadocs, experiment a little and 'get' it. The latter is from people who do not get it. Either because the think in/come from a really different direction, do not know java are lazy (not saying you are) or any other 'cause'. 

Your question e.g. on how to get all tasks for a user for all running processes is a question I would normally not answer, simply because it is the default behaviour cases you could have seen that. 

About the number of users in the forum. Yes, I have a lot of posts, but often I consult core developers and more and more other users kick in, Ed, Bernd, Martin (an eager JBoss/redhat employee) etc... (don't shoot if I forgot someone). And for the basic newbie stuff, lots of user already help each other out.

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