[jboss-user] [jBPM] - Human Task View and "Could not connect to task server, refresh first" problem.

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Mon Feb 28 07:18:38 EST 2011

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"Human Task View and "Could not connect to task server, refresh first" problem."

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Hi all!

I've been trying to reproduce the screencast ( http://people.redhat.com/kverlaen/install-eclipse-jbpm.swf http://people.redhat.com/kverlaen/install-eclipse-jbpm.swf) linked at section "2.4. Using Eclipse Tooling" of "jBPM User Guide". I was stuck at 1:05, when, at the Human Task View, krisv name is entered at UserId and the button Refresh is clicked. I was getting "Could not connect to task server, refresh first" message. I've discovered that what was causing the problem was the installation of JBoss Tools 3.2 (before the installation I was able to reproduce the screencast *). To confirm, I uninstalled just Drools related plugins of JBoss Tools and could, then, reproduce the screencast without errors *. 

My environment:

Eclipse Java EE Helios SR1 Win32 (not the default eclipse Java Helios that is configured to be retrieved at build.xml)
JBoss Tools 3.2 (Helios) Final.

* After uninstalling Drools related plugins from JBoss Tools I was *almost* able to identically reproduce the screencast. The only diference is that I can't see the image that represents process ongoing at Process Instance view (1:18).

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