[jboss-user] [jBPM] - Re: Did JBPM 5+ drop jPDL support? Only BPMN?

Jan Uhlir do-not-reply at jboss.com
Thu Jan 26 17:14:25 EST 2012

Jan Uhlir [https://community.jboss.org/people/espinosa_cz] created the discussion

"Re: Did JBPM 5+ drop jPDL support? Only BPMN?"

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Thank you Tihomir for prompt and insightful reply. Great community.

Though you did not pleased me much  :( 

> Tihomir Surdilovic wrote:
> >> *Was jPDL modelling language support droped?* <<
> Yes. In jBPM5 processes are represented via the BPMN2.0 standard. jPDL is/was a propriatary markup representation which did not follow any standards. 
> *
I know, but still it was very handy language.
Glancing at BPMN 2 it seems like moving towards BPEL, towards a language of its own, except it does not rely heavily on web service. jPDL was more like a mapping process to a Java code. That's what I appreciated the most.

> >> *RedHat SOA <<*
> jBPM 3.x is still supported by Red Hat. Future versions of BRMS/SOA will include jBPM5 and thus also BPMN2.0. 
> *
So the *latest* RedHat SOA (5.x) is based on jBPM version 3.x? Two major releases back?
Is it similar with other components too? I mean such version lag.

Thank you very much

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