Post Deployment

Create a deployment.

Security Consideration

Deployments can contain custom code in form of scripts or EL expressions to customize process behavior. This may be abused for remote execution of arbitrary code. See the section on security considerations for custom code in the user guide for details.

Method

POST /deployment/create

Parameters

Request Body

A multipart form submit with the following parts:

Form Part Name Content Type Description
deployment-name text/plain The name for the deployment to be created.
enable-duplicate-filtering text/plain A flag indicating whether the process engine should perform duplicate checking for the deployment or not. This allows you to check if a deployment with the same name and the same resouces already exists and if true, not create a new deployment but instead return the existing deployment. The default value is false.
deploy-changed-only text/plain A flag indicating whether the process engine should perform duplicate checking on a per-resource basis. If set to true, only those resources that have actually changed are deployed. Checks are made against resources included previous deployments of the same name and only against the latest versions of those resources. If set to true, the option enable-duplicate-filtering is overridden and set to true.
deployment-source text/plain The source for the deployment to be created.
* application/octet-stream The binary data to create the deployment resource. It is possible to have more than one form part with different form part names for the binary data to create a deployment.

Result

A JSON object corresponding to the Deployment interface in the engine. Its properties are as follows:

Name Value Description
links List Link to the newly created deployment with method, href and rel.
id String The id of the deployment.
name String The name of the deployment.
source String The source of the deployment.
deploymentTime String The time when the deployment was created.

Response Codes

Code Media type Description
200 application/json Request successful.

Example

Request

Post data for a new deployment:

POST /deployment/create

--28319d96a8c54b529aa9159ad75edef9
Content-Disposition: form-data; name="deployment-name"

aName
--28319d96a8c54b529aa9159ad75edef9
Content-Disposition: form-data; name="enable-duplicate-filtering"

true
--28319d96a8c54b529aa9159ad75edef9
Content-Disposition: form-data; name="deployment-source"

process application
--28319d96a8c54b529aa9159ad75edef9
Content-Disposition: form-data; name="data"; filename="test.bpmn"

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<bpmn2:definitions ...>
  <!-- BPMN 2.0 XML omitted -->
</bpmn2:definitions>
--28319d96a8c54b529aa9159ad75edef9--

Response

Status 200.

{
  "links": [
    {
      "method": "GET",
      "href": "http://localhost:38080/rest-test/deployment/aDeploymentId",
      "rel": "self"
    }
  ],
  "id": "aDeploymentId",
  "name": "aName",
  "source": "process application",
  "deploymentTime": "2013-01-23T13:59:43"
}

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