- There has been a growing need for
jBPM6to allow user defined groups to act as
BusinessAdministrators. Currently the concept of
BPMS 6.0.xhas been implemented around users, and not around groups. For example, when adding a
businessAdministratorIddata-item to a task definition, a user is created at runtime, as opposed to a group.
- Some users have a complex environment with multiple users (several dozen thousand), multiple user groups, and multiple administrator groups. There are departmental groups of users who have their own group of administrators, so the built-in
Administratorsgroup cannot be leveraged here in this sort of business use-case.
- It seems that a provision for a
BUSINESSADMINISTRATOR_GROUP_IDis implemented in version
jBPM 6.1.0-SNAPSHOT . Is this feature going to be available in future releases of
- Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite (BPMS)
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