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EMF Validation, Java 8 and nsURI

Article submitted by aurelien.pupier Fri, 02/06/2015 - 10:00
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After migrating to Eclipse 4.4, and with the support of Java 8 working well, it is time to launch our full test suite on Java 8! Unfortunately, one test for an EMF Validation was failing. It took me quite some time to figure out what went wrong, but the fix is quite easy and it would have never happened if a simple best practice rule was used.

In short:

ALWAYS specify nsURI !

Automate your Bonita BPM installation using Puppet

Article submitted by jeremy.jacquier-roux Fri, 01/30/2015 - 12:05
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Objectives

Puppet is a configuration management software. It ensures consistency and reproducibility while deploying applications. In this article we will present the bonita_bpm Puppet module created to manage Bonita BPM installations.

This module works on Ubuntu 14.04. It currently manages installations of Bonita BPM Community or Subscription editions in 6.4.0 and 6.4.1 releases.

Thanks for the fixing the Eclipse Internal Browser on Linux!

Article submitted by aurelien.pupier Tue, 01/27/2015 - 14:00
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I'd like to offer a few words to say thank you to the folks who worked to make the Eclipse Internal browser work by default on Linux since Eclipse 4.4.

There was a known workaround which required User intervention, such as the one explained on our own community blog.

Best wishes for a super 2015 from Bonitasoft

Article submitted by ttoine Mon, 01/12/2015 - 11:18
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Happy New Year, dear Community Members !!!

Best wishes for a super 2015 from Bonitasoft - card

Multiple Document Handling: available in Bonita BPM 6.4

Article submitted by ttoine Wed, 12/10/2014 - 14:47
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A lot of you in the Community have been waiting for this: Multiple Document Management will be available in Bonita BPM 6.4.

You can already test it with Bonita BPM 6.4 RC3

6.4 RC3 - last RC before final release

Article submitted by ttoine Wed, 11/26/2014 - 11:19

Dear Community members,

I would like to thank all of you who downloaded and tested the first 6.4 RC. I would like to introduce the 6.4 RC3, and it should be the last RC before the final release of 6.4. As you can imagine, we are very excited at Bonitasoft, and our R&D and consultant team are doing intensive testing to ensure that everything will be fine. And your help is still well appreciated ;-)

6.4 RC is available

Article submitted by ttoine Mon, 11/17/2014 - 12:26

Dear Community members,

We have been very busy recently, and this is because we are close to releasing Bonita BPM 6.4.0. I am happy to announce that the first Release Candidate of Bonita BPM 6.4 is available today.

How to configure Mylyn Task Queries for an Atlassian JIRA Connector with Oomph Installer

Article submitted by aurelien.pupier Tue, 10/14/2014 - 13:26
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Oomph is a great tool to automate the setup of an Eclipse development environment. It provides basic default tooling for Mylyn Queries. But:

Integrating AngularJS With Bonita BPM

Article submitted by ttoine Fri, 10/03/2014 - 14:18
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Dear Community,

I am pleased to introduce Philippe Ozil, our new Technical Evangelist. Philippe has been a consultant for Bonitasoft since 2010 and he has been involved in more than 80 customer projects. He knows Bonita BPM more than very well ;-)

In order to start his new mission with some useful content, Philippe just gave a very interesting webinar: "Integrating AngularJS with Bonita BPM".

It has been recorded and is available on our French corporate website. There will be two other webinars on the same topic:

What is Open Source in real life

Article submitted by ttoine Fri, 09/26/2014 - 15:16
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Hello dear Bonita BPM Community,

I am sure that most of you know what is Open Source: a bit of history, and how it works for Information Technology. But, what if you would have to explain what it is with some day to day life examples? Skateboarding with friends, building a house?

Well, at Bit Blueprint , they though about that, and did a very good video that explain Open Source in a very simple way. Something you might want to share with your friends and family, to help them better understand what you do.