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jBPM5 Developer Guide by Esteban Aliverti, Mauricio Salatino

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Mixing processes and events

As we have seen in the previous section, Drools Fusion allows us to detect patterns in different streams of events arriving at our knowledge session. This section covers a simple example (built using Drools Fusion and jBPM5) where we can monitor the execution of multiple business processes and influence them as a group.

If you take a look at the example project called jBPM5-Process-Events-Patterns, you will see a very simple process definition that will be executed multiple times. Each activity/node triggers an event that will be analyzed by two rules.

Mixing processes and events

Each User task on this process will have an associated time of completion. ...

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