Look no further as we have pulled together this workshop so that you can construct an evening, half day or full day session of learning around JBoss BPM Suite.
You can setup this workshop and run it at any event as it can be constructed to take from a half to full day to complete. Think of the following possibilities for this workshop:
- local Java User Group (JUG)
- local JBoss User Group (JBug)
- local tech meetup
- work interest group
- after hours meetup at work
- submit it to a conference (yes you can use this!)
JBoss BPM Suite workshop to build a human resources
employee rewards project.
1. Get projectTo run this workshop we will need to obtain a copy for ourselves and maybe tell the workshop attendees where to get it. It is a self contained setup so that makes it very easy with it hosted online:
2. Get productsNow you will need to add two JBoss products that you can download from the Red Hat Customer Portal. You will need the following:
- JBoss EAP 6.4 installer (jboss-eap-6.4.0-installer.jar)
- JBoss BPM Suite 6.1 installer (jboss-bpmsuite-6.1.0.GA-installer.jar)
3. Ready workshop for attendeesNow that you have the products listed above, you need to put them into the proper location. This is in the installs directory found here:
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rewards process project.
4. Prepare for workshopNow you have the workshop ready for your attendees, you show up at the event and want to get started.
You can also read up on these topics and watch the videos available here:
- Get started with rules, events and processes
- Building the HR Employee Rewards project - a walk through running the project (video)
This will have them run the project installation and point them to the initial workshop slides where they start building forms, domain model, processes and other artifacts.
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We hope you can think of this as your go to JBoss BPM Suite workshop in a can, where you will be able to amaze friends, colleagues and family with your ability to lead them through building a JBoss BPM project.
Any and all feedback welcome, feel free to reach out to me directly with you comments.