More simply put, they are looking for an overview of what the product offers to them when they are trying to build applications that are looking to interact with rules, events and processes from a development standpoint.
This also is of some importance when you are looking to migrate your existing applications from one version of JBoss BPM Suite to another, meaning you might have to modify your usage of the offered API as it evolves over time.
|JBoss BPM Suite 6.1 API online documentation|
The overview here is easy to browse and provides you with the details you need to integrate your applications, start your processes, setup sessions, query details of your processes and much more.
The tagged version listed in the documentation online is based on the Open Source community versions that are marked as the starting point for Red Hat's product teams to start test & development on the following version of JBoss BPM Suite products. In this case, the tagged version led to JBoss BPM Suite 6.1 product.
If you are interested in having a copy of this documentation locally, we can show you how to setup them for your offline usage.
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