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Eric D. Schabell has been working within software development since 1998 for many different organizations such as IBM, Radboud University Nijmegen, SNS Bank and smaller software companies. He has been involved in different roles within Open Source projects such as Sourcemage Linux, eGroupWare, DocConversion, cmlFramework and is still helping out in the JBoss jBPM project focusing as lead on the jBPM Migration project. Since 2009 he has been actively evangelising JBoss products and is a huge fan of OpenShift (PaaS). He is employed as JBoss Technology Evangelist for Red Hat, is a guest lecturer at the Radboud University Nijmegen and enjoys writing on various topics. Eric D. is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 72 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Red Hat JBoss BRMS - Rewards Demo Updated to JBosss EAP 6.0.1 Beta

04.29.2013
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With the latest release of JBoss EAP 6.1.0.Beta, it was time to overhaul my existing demo projects and here you will find the results. Previously I had updated this project to JBoss EAP 6.0.
From now on the Beta releases of our products will be available for free in the community projects, so with JBoss Application Server project being the first to do this it was time for my projects to integrate these upcoming releases.
More new goodness
The demos have also been updated to provide Windows platform installation scripts, the latest BPM web process designer patches, and the projects are now fully Manvenized. All the documentation has been updated to reflect the changes and you will notice the readme files have been expanded to include your quickstart information right from the start of your experience with the projects.
Getting the project
The project is available on Github at https://github.com/eschabell/brms-rewards-demo/tree/v1.7. You can retrieve this with a simple 'git clone git://github.com/eschabell/brms-rewards-demo.git' and 'git checkout v1.7', after which you can follow the step-by-step guide found in the Quick Start Guide. This is provided in both ODT and PDF formats. It is all kicked off by the init.sh script you will find in the project, which is quite verbose and points you to the various steps you might need to take should you have chosen to not to read the provided Quick Start Guide.

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