[jboss-user] [jBPM] - Re: View History Log inside jBPM Console...

Maciej Swiderski do-not-reply at jboss.com
Mon Aug 27 05:46:35 EDT 2012

Maciej Swiderski [https://community.jboss.org/people/swiderski.maciej] created the discussion

"Re: View History Log inside jBPM Console..."

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> Franck cdsosi wrote:
> I thought having read in user documentation that it was possible to access History Log through jBPM console but it seems that I made a quick shortcut !
> Let me explain why : when you read 5.3.0 User documentation you have many screenshots of the jBPM console ( Inspecting process definitions and in Figure 3.2 of 3.5. 10-Minute Tutorial: Using the jBPM Console) where you can see under the "Processes" Section that there are two options :
> Process Overview and another one above named "Execution History". I replaced Execution History by History Log.
> Btw some new questions coming next :
> 1- So How this "Execution History" can be available through jbpm console ?
> 2- What kind of information is rendered with this Execution History?
> 3- If History Log and Execution History are different, don't you think it would a good enhancement for jBPM console to allow users (may be administrator only) to be able to access to Processes Runtime Informations : in other words displaying informations of the DB Tables PROCESSINSTANCELOG, NODEINSTANCELOG, VARIABLEINSTANCELOG?
Yeah, Execution History it used to be there but it was more inherited from v4 and did not fit properly into what was there when v5 took over it. So for now there is no way of browsing execution history directly in console.
> Franck cdsosi wrote:
> 4- The other approach/option you suggest is to make personal special reports with birt as stated in 12.2.3 User documentation, is that correct?
> Is there any other documentation describing with a bit more details how to achieve that?
Yes, I mean to build up your custom reports for that. Probably best place to look for is birt home page to start with creating report templates.


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