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how to develop java based web application using jBPM and how to deploy web application in alfresco

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my questions is...

1). How many files require to the develop web application using jBPM?
2). How to deploy the web application in Alfresco?


"Please send me one sample code".

Thanks in advance.
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Please send me one sample code
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jBPM 'workflows' are created graphically. Any number of files may be created by the jBPM suite when you create a workflow, but it isn't intended that you edit these.

Of course, any process that forms part of your workflow can be a Java application/process/bean (whatever you want to call it) but the number of these files is unlimited.

So, if your first question is answerable, then the minimum number of files required to develop a Java-based application using jBPM is two. (Assuming a single workflow file which depicts a single process that corresponds to a single executable Java class.)

Sorry, I have nothing to offer for your second question other than to point you to the chapter of the jBPM user-guide that describes how to invoke services from a workflow process [1].

Hope this helps.

[1] http://docs.jboss.com/jbpm/v4/userguide/html_single/#services
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