May I Know the main use cases for JBPMApr 28, 2020 in JBPM by Kate . * bootstrapping test cases for jBPM.< br /> * Use following configuration to execute in memory process management with human tasks persistence < br /> * < code > Because of the poor algorithm of generating the data, its value is limited. jBpm bridges the gap between managers and developers by giving them a common language : the jBpm Process definition language (jPdl). Let’s take a look at our case definition: So what do we have here? Edit your processes (using the BPMN 2.0 specification) using the Eclipse BPMN2 Modeler. Does that mean there is no way to tell what is going to be triggered when new instance of this case definition is created? Looking at different notations that can be used for case management, processes and cases might be represented differently: The project can be directly build and deploy in workbench and (assuming you have KIE Server connected to workbench) provisioned to execution environment where it can be started and worked on. These processes usually have one (might have more) starting points and are structurally connected to build end to end flow of work and data. Since case can span across number of process instances, instead of coping data back and forth (that first of all might be expensive and second can lead to use of out of date information) process instance can write and read from case file that is accessible to all process instance that belong to the same case.