- All Superinterfaces:
- All Known Implementing Classes:
public interface ProcessEngine extends ProcessEngineServicesProvides access to all the services that expose the BPM and workflow operations.
RuntimeService: Allows the creation of
Deployments and the starting of and searching on
TaskService: Exposes operations to manage human (standalone)
Tasks, such as claiming, completing and assigning tasks
IdentityService: Used for managing
Groups and the relations between them<
ManagementService: Exposes engine admin and maintenance operations
HistoryService: Service exposing information about ongoing and past process instances.
AuthorizationService: Service allowing to manage access permissions for users and groups.
ProcessEngineConfigurationinstance and is a costly operation which should be avoided. For that purpose, it is advised to store it in a static field or JNDI location (or something similar). This is a thread-safe object, so no special precautions need to be taken.
- Tom Baeyens, Joram Barrez, Daniel Meyer
All Methods Instance Methods Abstract Methods Modifier and Type Method Description
getName()The name as specified in 'process-engine-name' in the camunda.cfg.xml configuration file.
Methods inherited from interface org.camunda.bpm.engine.ProcessEngineServices
getAuthorizationService, getCaseService, getDecisionService, getExternalTaskService, getFilterService, getFormService, getHistoryService, getIdentityService, getManagementService, getRepositoryService, getRuntimeService, getTaskService