Workflow Course: Exercise 1

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Step 1 - Download JBoss Developer Studio

Step 2 - Install JBMP

Step 3 - Configure eclipse JBPM plugin

If you've installed JBoss Developer Studio this step is not necessary, because JBPM plugin is configured into, otherwise if you've installed Eclipse then you should configure it.

Take a look at Eclipse Plugin Installation.

  • Remember go to Eclipse, menu help and select option install new software and there add new repository.
  • From All JBoss Tools options select JBPM 3 Tools Runtime.
  • From SOA Development select JBPM Tools Runtime.

Step 4 - Configure Eclipse Maven and Subversion plugins

  • Go to Eclipse, menu help and select option install new software.
  • Select from list JBoss Developer Studio extras.
  • From JBoss selected plugins select.
    • Maven integration.
    • Subeclipse.
  • From uncategorized plugins select.
    • Collabnet merge client.
    • JBoss BPEL editor.
    • JNA Library.
    • m2e - Maven Integration for eclipse.
    • m2e Connecto for mavenarchiver pom properties.
    • Maven Integration for WTP.
    • Subeclipse.
    • Subversion client adapter.
    • Subversion JavaHL Native Library.
    • Subversion revision graph.
    • SVNKit client adapter.
    • SVNKit library.
  • Install plugins.
  • Add new library SCM Adapter.
  • Install plugin.

Step 5 - Install OpenKM and configure as server in Eclipse

Download from SourceForge at http://sourceforge.net/projects/openkm/.

  • Extract file in your server.
  • Configure as Tomcat server into Eclipse ( remember increasing memory to XMx1024m in launch configuration )

Step 6 - Checkout OpenKM source code

Take a look at Developer Guide for the right subversion URL.

  • Checkout OpenKM.