We will be streaming all the sessions of the Drools, jBPM and Optaplanner day in New York on September 26th 2017 LIVE ! Check the full agenda here.Use the following link to watch: http://red.ht/2wuOgi1Or watch it here: Part 2:
Introduction Business Rules Management Systems have been around since the early 2000 or more. Till last year, there was no standard to define them so users were forced to write rules in a proprietary language. This situation has leaded to many difficulties: On boarding a new rule designer requires a specific training. Sharing knowledge across … Read moreCapture your decisions with DMN
Ready to give it a try but not sure how to start? Take a look at the jbpm-installer chapter.
- Error management: Errors that happen during the execution of your processes (or tasks, jobs, etc.) are now better detected and stored. This could for example be an (unhandled) exception during the execution of your process instance or a job that has hit its retry limit.
- At the core engine level, errors are stored in the database and can be acknowledged. Note that the engine will always guarantee a consist state of all your process instances, so when an exception like this happens, the engine is rolled back to last known state and the error is logged.
- Through the web-based console, process admins can take a look at any exception that might have happened in detail throught the new Execution errors view, acknowledge them and if possible take action to resolve the issue.
- The process instance list has been extended with a new column to show any errors possibly related to that instance.
- Quick filters: Searching for information about specific process instances, tasks, jobs or errors is now made easier by offering a new search tab where you can try to find the data you need by adding quick filters (for example related to the state of your process instances or the time it was started, the name of the task, etc.)
- Navigation: new actions have been added to the process instance, task, jobs and errors view to more easily navigate between them where appropriate. For example, you can navigate to the errors associated with a specific process instance (if any) or to take a look at the process instance associated with a specific task or job.
- Task admin view: the task view that was included in previous versions has been split into two separate views:
- Tasks: Aims to be used by task operators / end users to work on tasks assigned (or potentially assigned) to them
- Task administration: Designed to be used by administrators, to manage tasks belonging to other users. This perspective is only available for users with roles admin and process-admin. It is similar to the former “Admin” filter tab on the former tasks perspective.
- Project and team metrics
- A brand new dashboard is now available for every project listed in the authoring library. After opening the project details page, a metrics card shows up on the right side of the screen. The cards shows the history of contributions (commits) made to that specific project over time. Clicking on the View All link gives access to the full dashboard which shows several metrics all about the project’s contributions.
- A brand new dashboard has also been added to the Teams page. A metrics card on the right side shows the history of all contributions (commits). Clicking on the View All link gives access to a full dashboard showing overall contributions metrics.
Edson recently blogged about how Drools, jBPM and Optaplanner are moving towards a more agile delivery. The goal is to be able to release new features much quicker and more often to the community, by having monthly community releases.Since this o…
Red Hat is organizing a Drools, jBPM and Optaplanner Day in New York and Washington later this year to show how business experts and citizen developers can use business processes, decisions and other models to develop modern business applications.Septe…
It’s been a while since we released a new mayor version of the jBPM project, but I’m happy to announce that jBPM 7.0.0.Final is now available.For those not yet familiar with our project, jBPM is a completely open-source Business Process Management (BPM…
One of the most confusing topic for a newbie of Red Hat JBoss BPMS and BRMS is how to deal with the Business Central internal repository. At the first sight, it appears as the central repository and since it’s even implemented with the “trendy” GIT technology, the newbie is prone to consider it as a … Read moreDemystifying the Business Central repository
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