Using loosely coupled rules in your process

Acknowledges This article is inspired by the blog article of Maciej Swiderski that applies to version 7 of jBPM. The code provided is a partial backport of the standard Work Item Handler coming with version 7 and is tested on Red Hat JBoss BPMS v6.4. Introduction One of nice capabilities of the Red Had BPMS … Read moreUsing loosely coupled rules in your process

Red Hat MAP – JBoss BPM Suite Integration using Sync Framework

Introduction For mobile users who require tasks, information or status updates asynchronously without requiring to explicitly request it, by for example pressing a refresh button, Red Hat MAP provides a very useful built in MBaaS service for this purpose – the Sync framework. This framework makes it possible to keep a mobile app in sync … Read moreRed Hat MAP – JBoss BPM Suite Integration using Sync Framework

All in One IoT Demo with JBoss Fuse, BPM Suite and BRMS

This is part 5 of my IoT series of blogs. So far we did look at the following topic Introduction into the planned scenario Building a Raspberry Pi based Smart Gateway ESP8266 and DHT22 based smart sensor Putting the Smart into the Smart IoT Device In this blog we will create a first running version of … Read moreAll in One IoT Demo with JBoss Fuse, BPM Suite and BRMS

JBoss BPM & JBoss FSW Demo updated to BPM-Suite V6.1

Due to public requests, I updated my BPM & FSW demo to now run with the new Red Hat JBoss BPM-Suite V6.1 The migration was pretty easy, as the majority of the required artifacts did not need any alteration at all. Only the BPM-Suite repository needed a quick export/import as just copying the V6.0 niogit … Read moreJBoss BPM & JBoss FSW Demo updated to BPM-Suite V6.1