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Keycloak SSO Integration into jBPM and Drools Workbench

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Introduction Single Sign On (SSO) and related token exchange mechanisms are becoming the most common scenario for the authentication and authorization in different environments on the web, specially when moving into the cloud. This article talks about the integration of Keycloak with jBPM or Drools applications in order to use all the features provided onRead more →

New Kie Navigator for Eclipse

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Eclipse Kie Navigator The Kie Navigator is a new view created as a result of the discussion in B*MS Eclipse Tooling Enhancements. The information presented here is preliminary and reflects the current state of this view; the new feature will be delivered in its final version in Drools/jBPM Tooling 6.4.0. The Kie Navigator View isRead more →

Drools & jBPM get Dockerized

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Docker is becoming a reference to build, ship and run container-based applications. It provides an standard, easy and automated way to deploy your applications. Since latest 6.2.0.Final community release you can use Docker to deploy and run your Drools & jBPM applications in an easy and friendly way. Do not worry about operation system, environment and/orRead more →

More Eclipse Tooling enhancements

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The biggest complaint from our customers about the eclipse tooling for B*MS is that the cost of entry is too high; not only must a user be familiar with several different technologies, such as Git, maven, REST services and how these technologies are exposed by the eclipse tooling, but s/he must also understand the variousRead more →

Compiling GWT applications on Windows

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If you’re a developer using Microsoft Windows and you’ve ever developed a GWT application of any size you’ve probably encountered the command-line length limitation (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/830473). The gwt-maven-plugin constructs a command line statement to invoke the GWT compiler containing a list of what can be a very extensive classpath declaration. The length of the command lineRead more →

Running drools-wb with GWT’s SuperDevMode

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Like most, I like surprises! Some surprises aren’t always welcome though; and one such surprise bit me yesterday. As a good citizen I upgraded my installation of Google Chrome when advised a new version was available. With hind-sight I don’t know why I so gleefully went along with the upgrade (after all, I’d recently removedRead more →

Deploying kie-drools-wb on Tomcat

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There have been a few emails recently to the Drools User mailing list stating problems deploying KIE Drools Workbench to Tomcat. We had a run of them shortly after the initial release of 6.0.1 too. Suspecting there might be an issue I thought there be no better way to spend a Friday afternoon than toRead more →