[jboss-user] [jBPM Users] - Re: How to control process transition in JBPM 4.0?
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Tue Aug 25 12:38:13 EDT 2009
If with 'interrupt' you mean do something on the transition, I'm not sure anymore for jBPM 4. In 3 you could but few people used it afaik.
Eventlisteners can do whatever you want them to do but *only* on business process events. Not while filling out a form and putting a specific value in a formfield. That is more seam pageflow like of jsf/ajax with backingbeans (your java class).
Sure you could put generic eventlisteners in jbpm and while filling out a formfield send a specific event that does things etc,, but it really complicates things.
Since I have to little detail on what your complete application needs to do it its hard to say yes or no, and even if it is crucial/important for others to know. The latter simply because jBPM 4 did not change that much from jbpm 3 in this regard and we never had this question before. Again, don't try to put *everything* in the processdefinition. Seam has pageflow for a reason!
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