[jboss-user] [JBoss jBPM] - Re: jBPM abilities
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Tue Jul 15 16:55:43 EDT 2008
I know tha instances state and variables are stored in db. And I know that it could be a lot of instances in database.
But, what it looks like, when some process state has got timer? For example, system have to send mail to user (after for example 24 h without user action), with reminding that there is waiting for him task. How does it work? How this timers works? If there would be a lot of processes, each one with his own time for remind - could appserver handle it? About how many that tasks?
Another example: How about situation, that a lot of users in same time working with tasks assigned to him. (each user has his own instance)And they try to do it in the same time. Could jBPM use server memory, database and all this things effective?
Could jBPM be use in large business system like commercial BPM systems, or it is designed rather for smaller/medium ones?
Could companies use this solution instead of using commercial BPM with comparable results/possibilities?
Thanks for answers and Regards
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