Joget Workflow v6 Beta 3 Released

Check out the latest Joget Workflow v6 Beta for many new features and improvements in user experience (UX), app maintainability and performance.

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Source Code Repository

The source code for Joget Workflow is available at https://github.com/jogetworkflow/jw-community.

You can view the source code for other versions by using the branch switcher in GitHub.

Build Source Code

1. Install Prerequisites

  • Install JDK 7 or above. Please make sure "JAVA_HOME" is set.
  • Install MySQL 5 or above.
  • Install Apache Maven 2.2.1 or above. Please make sure "mvn" command is able to be executed from the command line.
  • Install Subversion Client or Github Client.

2. Install 3rd Party Libraries

  • Download and unzip the file install-libraries.zip.
  • In the extracted folder, run "install_linux.sh" for Linux and Mac or run "install_win.bat" for Window.

3. Obtain Source

At the time of writing this guide, the latest 5.0 version is 5.0-SNAPSHOT. You can obtain the source code by following methods:

Direct Download

You will find a download button on the right sidebar.

Checkout using Subversion Client

Clone using Github Client 

        Refer to Set Up Git to initialize your Github account. 

4. Configure Datasource for Test Case

  • Joget Workflow contains unit test cases that requires access to a running MySQL database.
  • To configure a datasource, navigate to your user home:
    • e.g. In Windows: cd C:\Users\myuser\ 
    • e.g. In Ubuntu: cd /home/myuser/
    • e.g. In Mac: cd /Users/myuser/
  • Download wflow.zip and extract the file in your user home.
  • You will find the files "app_datasource.properties" and "app_datasource-default.properties" in the "wflow" folder.
  • Configure "app_datasource-default.properties" with your MySQL server username and password.

  • Create a "jwdb" database in your MySQL Server with the "jwdb-empty.sql" file located in the source code directory "wflow-install/src/main/resources/data/".

5. Build Project

  • Navigate into the wflow-app directory.
  • Build the wflow-app directory using Apache Maven commands.

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