|Installing GWT Console|
$ ant -p Buildfile: build.xml Main targets: Other targets: install.demo install.designer.into.jboss install.drools-eclipse.into.eclipse install.eclipse install.guvnor.into.jboss install.jBPM-eclipse.into.eclipse install.jBPM-gwt-console.into.jboss install.jBPM.runtime install.jboss install.reporting.into.jboss start.demo # As I don't want to download and/or install another eclipse, I will avoid the install.demo. # The nice part is that this is all installed relative to your jbpm path by default, giving # you a self contained playground. See the build.xml for exact details. # $ ant install.jboss $ ant install.jbpm.into.jboss
At this point I jumped over to my eclipse to setup the jBoss server and started it there. Just follow the provided documentation that I downloaded and unzipped. In jbpm-docs/* you will find all you need for the demo setup.
There is a shot of the Guvnor repository where you can store your processes as project artefacts, the jBPM Eclipse Designer tooling with a BPMN2 process and a quick look at the new GWT admin console including its installation script.
There is so much more that I don't have the room here to show you, so grab the installer, docs and get going! Now it is time for you to take jBPM5 out for a spin!