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Security management in jBPM & Drools workbenches

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The jBPM 7 release will include an integrated security management solution to allow administrator users to manage the application’s users, groups and permissions using an intuitive and friendly user interface. Once released, users will be able to configure who can access the different resources and features available in the workbench. In that regards, a first implementation of the user & ...

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User and group management in jBPM and Drools Workbenches

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Introduction This article talks about a new feature that allows the administration of the application’s users and groups using an intuitive and friendly user interface that comes integrated in both jBPM and Drools Workbenches. Before the installation, setup and usage of this feature, this article talks about some previous concepts that need to be completely understood for the further usage. ...

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Keycloak SSO Integration into jBPM and Drools Workbench

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Introduction Single Sign On (SSO) and related token exchange mechanisms are becoming the most common scenario for the authentication and authorization in different environments on the web, specially when moving into the cloud. This article talks about the integration of Keycloak with jBPM or Drools applications in order to use all the features provided on Keycloak. Keycloak is an integrated SSO ...

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What can capabilities do for your processes?

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Before we release camunda BPM OSGi 2.0 I want to do a little bit more of advertisement for it and show what is possible with the new version. One change in the new version will be, that it depends on OSGi 4.3 and no longer 4.2. One change, besides the fact that I can now use generics in the code ...

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Multi-Tenancy with separate database schemas in Activiti

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One feature request we’ve heard in the past is that of running the Activiti engine in a multi-tenant way where the data of a tenant is isolated from the others. Certainly in certain cloud/SaaS environments this is a must. A couple of months ago I was approached by Raphael Gielen, who is a student at the university of Bonn, working ...

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Pluggable persistence in Activiti 6

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In the past years, we’ve often heard the request (both from community and our customers) on how to swap the persistence logic of Activiti from relational database to something else. When we announced Activiti 6, one of the promises we made was that we would make exactly this possible. People that have dived into the code of the Activiti engine will ...

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Modern BPM Data Integration with JBoss BPM Travel Agency Demo

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Some time ago we launched a rather expansive JBoss Travel Agency demo project to show some of the more interesting feature of JBoss BPM Suite. We provided a collection of videos that not only show you how to install it, what the various rule and process artifacts are in the project, but we also walk you through the various paths ...

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Quick Guide: Dissecting JBoss BPM Cross Process Communication

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(Article guest authored together with Jey Paulraj, Senior Solution Architect at Red Hat in North America) The weeks tips & tricks article will dive in JBoss BPM Suite and specifically a question around how to communicate between two processes. Before we get into the solution details, let us first constrain the use case we will be talking about.   There ...

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5 Handy Tips From JBoss BPM Suite For Release 6.0.3

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Last week Red Hat released the next version of JBoss BPM Suite, labeled 6.0.3 and it is available in their Customer Portal for those with a subscription. If you are curious as to what is new in this release, see the release notes and the rest of the documentation online in the Customer Portal. What we are looking for are ...

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