Java CAPS 6 : using a WLM Portlet to manage Human Workflow activities through the Simple API for Workflow (SAW)

This blog illustrates how to use a WLM portlet to manage Human Workflow activities in a Java CAPS 6 Repository Based Application. The WLM portlet has been developed with the Simple API for Workflow. Using this WLM portlet, you are able to deal with Human Workflow tasks after a very easy configuration step.

Portal approach to manage Human Workflow activities in a Java CAPS 6 Repository Based Application


The WLM portlet can be easily deployed on any JSR168 portal. As you are working with Java CAPS 6 it could be a good idea to consider deploying the WLM portlet in a light portlet container as OpenPortlal Container (OPC). This portlet container can be deployed in a couple of clicks inside the Java CAPS
6 appserver instance.


Portlet manages WLM tasks


This WLM portlet is dealing with the Java CAPS 6 WLM Services through the Simple API for Workflow.


A complete description of the SAW API is available at  https://saw.dev.java.net/ .


The complete note is available at http://blogs.sun.com/patriceg/resource/blog7/easySWIFTV2.0-SAW-ConfigurationGuide-DRAFT-0.1.pdf


The Worflow portlet is available at http://blogs.sun.com/patriceg/resource/blog7/workflowPortlet.war


The SAW are available at  saw-impl-jcaps-0.7.jar and saw-api-0.7.jar

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