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ExecutionListener and access to ScriptNodes

Question asked by ungawunga on Mar 11, 2013
Latest reply on Mar 11, 2013 by ungawunga
When writing listeners and webscripts in jaavscript, there's quite a few objects the developer has access to in order to manipulate the scriptnodes and the workflow. Example: bpm_package, companyhome, search, model, etc…

In writing a Listener in Java, how do you get access to these objects? I've been looking through the documentation and haven't found anything yet. I've also started looking through the JPotts advanced workflow examples, but haven't found when I need yet. Are there examples out there I can look at? Is there documentation I'm missing?