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JBoss Enterprise BRMS – Rewards demo updated to JBoss EAP 6


Rewards Demo

With the latest release of JBoss Enterprise BRMS 5.3.1 we have been given the chance to deploy it on JBoss EAP 6, the lightning fast product that will change our development lives forever. I could not pass up a chance to update my existing demo projects and here you will find the results.

Architecture

The new project setup deploys JBoss BRMS 5.3.1 deployable ee6 wars into the JBoss EAP 6 application platform. The project has been updated completely to facilitate this install. You just need to get a copy of the project, provide copies of the products as described in the README files, and run  the provided init.sh script.

target directory will be created, installing JBoss EAP 6.0.1, deploying JBoss BRMS 5.3.1 components, copying over configuration and security setting through the support/* files, and you are ready to rumble!

Quickstart

Once you have the project installed, you can proceed to the QuickStart document, but if you are lazy just follow along:

  • start the JBoss EAP 6 in standalone mode.
  • import the project found in projects/* directory into your JBoss Developers Studio 5.
    • the latest version of JBoss Developers Studio 6 does not yet have the supporting BRMS / SOA plugins available, so we have to wait a bit on that component.
    • Don’t forget to add the jars found in support/lib/* directory to your project and you can then run all the unit tests you find there.

For the JBoss BRM component:

JBoss BRMS

Project

You can find the master project and the released versions here:

I hope you enjoy the speed and agility provide by this demo project. It is meant to display BPM interaction with human task services.


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