I have web application which is developed with Java. I needed to implement a work flow along with the application. To that I import process Engine jar file to the web project and now I can use Java APIs in Camunda. Also I have designed BPMN diagram. Is there have any special kind of file that I have to include BPMN diagram in order to start work flow.
You don’t need anything additionally to start workflow accept successfully deployed process.
You need to trigger the process. What do you use to interact with the engine - Java API, Rest API or webapps (https://docs.camunda.org/get-started/bpmn20/deploy/#start-a-process-instance)?
Thank you for your reply. I use Java API to interact with the engine. I followed the steps which are mentioned in here. https://docs.camunda.org/get-started/spring/embedded-process-engine/. It has mentioned two xml files to start the process engine. When I work with maven it works for me. But my web application is not maven based. Therefore my project structure is little bit different from which have described in above link. So if I create new folders in my project to make same folder structure as mentioned in above article, will that work for me. Thank You,