Why should I use a workflows instead of a project?
Because a defined process can implement a graph (eventually with loops) while a project is structured as a tree. If you think your process is well defined and it may requires decisions that could activate or not some steps consider using a process.
Actually in most cases task structure with dependencies is enough and by far easy to set-up. See here for details about workflows: https://twproject.com/support/using-twproject/projects-and-tasks/project-as-business-process/
Can I use a process instead of a project?
Yes. Once you have your process defined, you can decide to start a new process instead of See here for details about workflows: https://twproject.com/support/using-twproject/projects-and-tasks/project-as-business-process/
Where is the workflow management?
Go to “admin” –> “Customization” –> “Business processes”
How can I write new processes?
Process are written in XML using JPDL language. A good starting point are the supplied examples. Have a look to jBoss documentation: http://docs.jboss.com/jbpm/v3/userguide/jpdl.html#d0e5138
Can you recommend a tool to edit the process xml’s?
When we started developing the processes part we’ve searched for a good tool to create processes and we find that the best one is the plugin for eclipse. Unfortunately you need to install the IDE to then start using the plugin.