- Users sometimes package a set of
custom WorkItemHandlersin their application, and these are present on the
classpathwhen the application starts up. These
custom WorkItemHandlershave to be loaded into
jBPM6 enginevia a
MyWorkItemHandlers.widfile, and a
kmodule.xmlfile, all available in the
META-INFdirectory within the runtime
classpath. This design works as expected.
- Now, there are requirements to dynamically add an additional series of
kjars into the application at runtime, such that any workflow definitions, work item handlers and any classes packaged within these jars become available for use by
jBPM6 engineand the application as well. Ideally, something similar to the
KieScannermight look best suited for these requirements, but users might want to load these
kjars from a filesystem directory, rather than from a
Maven repository. Is there a way through
Kie APIor any other means to facilitate users to dynamically make these
kjars loaded and available to the runtime ?
- Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite (BPMS)
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