STP/BPMN Component/EclipseCon2008

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This page features the tutorial Get the most of the BPMN modeler for EclipseCon 2008.

This page is related to Developing with the STP BPMN modeler and Using the STP BPMN modeler.

This is a work in progress, please watch the page to stay tuned. If you want to submit something to this page, please post to this mailing list first.

Here is the outline of the tutorial:

  • 16h: Presentation
  • 16h15: Modeling BPMN
  • 16h45: Interactions with the modeler
  • 17h05: Get your own editor
  • 17h35: Future plans and conclusions
  • 17h50: Questions


Contents

What's in the box

An active Eclipse component

  • Going 1.0
  • Just i18n'ed

A GMF-based modeler

A tool to model BPMN

BPMN modeling sample

Below is a list of items we want to cover during the BPMN modeling sample

  • Palette
  • Popup toolbar
  • Appearance tab
  • Creating basic shapes
    • Different activity types
    • Gateways
  • Sequence and messaging edges
    • Connection rules
    • Customized handles
    • Customize the edge and the reset connection button
    • Change the order of edges for an activity
  • Insert space tool
  • Using artifacts
    • TODO tags
  • Validation
    • Using the builder to validate the diagram
  • Documentation
    • Attaching a reference to a project file to a shape
    • Opening a file

The annotation coding sample

This sample demonstrates how you can integrate the BPMN modeler with an external application.

In this sample we will use a plugin (org.eclipse.bpmn.sample.bugView) which shows a tree view of various bugs.
The bug view


Our coding sample will consist in creating a new plugin, which will transform bugs into text annotations during a drag and drop operation.

Creating the plugin Create the plugin, make it dependent of org.eclipse.stp.bpmn.diagram and org.eclipse.stp.bpmn.sample.bugView.

Open the extensions tab and create a new extension for org.eclipse.core.runtime.adapters