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Do you mean that you are not able to see any models in jdev,
or is the Jdev not connecting to your bpa engine??
Yes, i dont know how to build models inside BPA to be transfered to BPM Studio. That can be done?
Jdeveloper cant see my models.
Heres what i did.
Created a bpmn process in bpa,
then went to the menu bar, click on soa > transform the process to bpel , then after that is done, went to the same menu bar , clicked on soa > share blue print with IT.
After that in Jdev, when creating a new composite, i selected the option "create composite for ORACLE bpa blue print" ,
Then established connection to the bpa repository, chose the database, and then the bpmn process, and voila , the process got created in jdev.
Sometimes it does not show up, because you selected the wrong locale in JDeveloper connection to BPA Suite.
Im having the same problem the process is created in jdev , but, its only bpel code not Oracle BPM .... you know if someday the OBPM generation will be implemented ??
It can be done now with JDEV184.108.40.206 (PS3) and BPM 220.127.116.11 (PS3). Make sure you have the extensions in JDEV.
Then create a BPM project from BPA: New/Project/BPM Project from BPA. Chose your BPA connection (or create a new one), then the models you shared blueprint will show up. Make sure also that you get no errors after the "share blueprint" and that you got a success message.