[jboss-user] [jBPM] - How to show process diagram displaying all nodes executed in that process instance?

Thomas Setiabudi do-not-reply at jboss.com
Mon Dec 17 20:16:43 EST 2012

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"How to show process diagram displaying all nodes executed in that process instance?"

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How do we show a process diagram displaying not just the current active node (like the one in jbpm-console), but also displaying / marking all the nodes that has been executed in that given process instance.

The goal is to give the user a good idea on how this process instance executed or what are the path taken in this process instance.

I think of some ways to do this:
1. parsing the bpmn process definition, store all the x, y, width, and height of nodes in a table, later on, join this table with NodeInstanceLog and then somehow use the x and y coordinates to overlay a picture or div on top of static png process image.

2. I am not sure about this, but maybe it is possible to use the process designer, display the process and put some overlay there based on information I got in NodeInstanceLog. Possible? how?

Anyone has a solution for this?

Thomas Setiabudi

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