Archive for the ‘flow’ Category

Simple Drools Rule Flow to BPMN2 migration tool
December 28, 2010

For ease the transition from Drools Flow files to the new BPMN2 standard drools gives you a nice but hidden feature, a XmlBPMNProcessDumper.
This tiny piece takes a RuleFlowProcess instance and spits nice well formed BPMN2 files.
So, for making your life just a little better, I’ve created a project on github exposing this internal piece with a nice interface. Take a look at the class RuleFlow2BPMN2Migrator in

https://github.com/diega/rf-bpmn2-migrator

Enjoy.

Disclaimer: calling a 7-line class a tool isn’t fair enough, but you know…

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Jetty + DataSource + JTA
April 18, 2010

Working on my next post about Drools Flow Work Items I wanted to have a one click example. This example involves a web application so I started with Jetty which fits perfect for a mvn jetty:run example. In the standalone example we run our own JNDI directory provided by Bitronix. Jetty has JNDI directory embedded so we have to register the datasource and the transaction manager. Doing this task for a totally jetty noob could be a little difficult and time consuming. So, hoping nobody has to spend too much time on this, I’ll try to summarize the steps I did to make this.
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