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Other sections go into the various ways the Flowable engine can be set up and used, and describe in detail all the BPMN 2.0 constructs that are possible.This section shows the same example as the previous section: deploying a process definition, starting a process instance, getting a task list and completing a task.

The sections afterwards build upon the knowledge acquired in the previous sections.

Flowable is a light-weight business process engine written in Java.

The Flowable process engine allows you to deploy BPMN 2.0 process definitions (an industry XML standard for defining processes), creating process instance of those process definitions, running queries, accessing active or historical process instances and related data, plus much more.

Meaning: when the method call returns, a transaction will be started and committed. Once persisted, the data can be in the database for a long time, even years if it has to be, until an API call is executed that takes the process instance further.

Note that no computing nor memory resources are consumed when the process instance is in such a wait state, waiting for the next API call.

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Since it’s a jar, you can add it easily to any Java environment: Java SE; servlet containers such as Tomcat or Jetty, Spring; Java EE servers like JBoss or Websphere, etc.

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