Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 996808
need initialisation on startup without requiring someone to login
Last modified: 2013-08-15 07:56:31 EDT
+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #996806 +++
Description of problem:
jBPM-console doesn't load a ksession object until user access to jBPM-console.
Since ksession should be activated for timer events, user should log on to jBPM-console after booting up BRMS to make sure that timer event is invoked and process instance is operated as it is.
Steps to Reproduce:
1: Start a process instance that is waiting on a 1 minute timer to expire via the business central website.
2: Shutdown the server and start it up again. Startup is taking 3.5 minutes so the timer has expired by this time.
Timer is not expired without accessing to jBPM-Console
Timer is expired without accessing to jBPM-Console
I'm not sure this issue happens with BPMN 6 or not. If the issue is not happen with BPMN 6, please reject this ticket.
this is already supported in version 6.
You can close this bug, because it is already fixed
Thx for you check. I close this ticket now.