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After giving a filename to you diagram, it will open as an editor.  
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After giving a filename to you diagram, you will see two new files appearing in the project.
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You can double-click on the bpmn_diagram file to open it as an editor.  
 
The diagram initially contains one pool and a task.
 
The diagram initially contains one pool and a task.
  

Revision as of 21:59, 1 February 2007

The STP BPMN Modeler

The STP BPMN modeler is a BPMN diagram editor which is currently developed as a sub-project of SOA Tools Platform. The team counts two committers, Alex Boisvert and Hugues Malphettes, and a contributor Antoine Toulme.

They all work for Intalio, Inc.

BPMN

Definition of BPMN

Origins of the modeler

GMF...

My first BPMN process

Let's create our first Hello World process.

We first need to create a project, and a diagram.

NewProjectForBpmn.png

SettingProjectName.png

NewBpmnDiagram.png

SettingNewBpmnDiagram.png

After giving a filename to you diagram, you will see two new files appearing in the project.

TwonewBpmnFiles.png

You can double-click on the bpmn_diagram file to open it as an editor. The diagram initially contains one pool and a task.

FirstViewOfTheBpmnDiagram.png

Tips and tricks

Change activityType Rich Copy/Paste to document. Linking documents to the diagram.


Reusing the modeler

Connecting to the modeler

Create a BPMN factory that generates fragments of BPMN imported into a diagram. In this scenario, a BPEL process is instrumented into a BPMN pool. It exposes the sequences and gateways of the BPEL as BPMN shapes. It keeps annotations that link to the original BPEL markup. See https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=171084