I’d like to demonstrate a demo of how processes can be automated using camunda bpm. Feeling pretty safe with modeling bpmn and dmn, I am a novice to installing web server and stuff alike. I have understood that the download on the camunda page includes a ready-to-go apache server with camunda installed on it including the famous invoicing example. But: Can I install this on my mac? And If so - how to do it?
you have to open the Application “Terminal” and change to the directory where you unzipped Camunda.
You can do this using the “cd” command.
When you are in the directory, you start the start-camunda.sh by typing “./start-camunda.sh”.
Thanks to all of you. I’m one step further: tomcat has started, but can’t find the standard browser (don’t ask why). Entering the adress http://localhost:8080/camunda-welcome/index.html
in my firefox renders an error: cant connect to localhost 8080
as an experienced Windows and sometimes Mac user I assume, that it’s a Mac issue. Tomcat needs about 30 seconds to start and Mac didn’t care about the browser to start. Refreshing the page should show the welcome page, IF Java is installed.