[jboss-user] [jBPM] - Re: Using jBPM as state machine engine - is it a good idea?

Zdenek Hrib do-not-reply at jboss.com
Mon Nov 26 06:13:34 EST 2012

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"Re: Using jBPM as state machine engine - is it a good idea?"

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Thank you for the quick answer. 

I was also thinking about some sort of "custom persistence module", because each row/record in my database represents in-fact a running process and the fields of the record are simply the variables of this process instances. Each record update should push the process a step further - mostly using a decision point based on rules evaluating the old and new version of the record (exposed for rules as separate processs variables). I would like to use my record database instead of the original database schema used by jBPM persistence for storing the runtime state of the processes.

Do you see this as a feasible solution?

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