jBPM WorkItem Repository

Collection of jBPM workitem (service task) implementations which you can use in your business processes to integrate with different services.

repo sample

Hosting the repository

Workitem Repository can be hosted in three different modes:

1) File System mode: Clone this github repo:

git clone https://github.com/kiegroup/jbpm-work-items.git

and build it:

cd jbpm-work-items
mvn clean install

then you can point your browser directly to for example:

file://PATH_TO_WORKITEM_REPO/repository/target/repository-VERSION

where VERSION is the version of the workitem repository you have built locally. You can also copy the contents of this directory anywhere else and access its contents from there.

2) Spring Boot app: Clone this github repo:

git clone https://github.com/kiegroup/jbpm-work-items.git

and build it:

cd jbpm-work-items
mvn clean install

now you can start the repo as a spring-boot application:

cd repository-springboot
mvn spring-boot:run

and can access your repository with

http://localhost:8090/repository/

3) Embedded WidlFly: Clone this github repo:

git clone https://github.com/kiegroup/jbpm-work-items.git

and build it:

cd jbpm-work-items
mvn clean install

get the repository server zip and extract it somewhere (this creates a tmp directory in /target, you would want to unzip it somewhere else maybe)

cd repository-wildfly/target/
mkdir tmp
cd tmp
unzip ../repository-server-VERSION.zip

where VERSION is the version of the repository you have built locally Now you can start your repo in wildfly

cd bin
./standalone.sh  (or standalone.bat for windows)

and access it in your browser with:

http://localhost:8080/repository/

Workitem Display and Documentations

Repository displays all available workitems. Clicking on the workitem name (e.g "Google Maps") will display all the workitem handlers associated with that workitem:

woritems sample

Clicking on the "View" button next to each of the handlers will show you documentation for that handler:

workitems docs sample

Workitem Search by functionality

The repository allows your users to search its content by functionality:

func search

This will filter your workitem display to only those which include the searched term

Downloading workitem artifacts

For each workitem displayed the repository has a Downloads dropdown where you can easily get all the needed artifacts for that workitem:

downloads sample

Installing onto workbench

Note this is an experimental functionality and you will need to read the blog post: http://mswiderski.blogspot.com/2018/07/easy-workitem-installation-jbpm.html for more info.

install sample

Repository REST api

If hosted as spring-boot app or wildfly app the repository exposes a rest api for querying. It includes the following endpoints:

/repository/rest/services
/repository/rest/services/{name}
/repository/rest/services/{name}/parameters
/repository/rest/services/{name}/results
/repository/rest/services/{name}/mavendepends
/rest/services/category/{category}
/rest/servicetriggers
/rest/servicetriggers/count
/rest/serviceactions
/rest/serviceactions/count

Contributing

Yes Please!! :)

We are always looking for contributions from the community. If you would like to contribute your integration service (workitem) the best way is to look at some of the existing ones and pretty much copy its structure and go from there. We are available on google groups: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/jbpm-setup for help and will help to get you started and guide you through the contribution process.