I was using 0.2.6.201307252208. Just updated to 0.2.6.201308062246 with no luck. Still can't see where I can change the association direction. The association properties sheet has two tabs: "Description" and "Risk/Mitigation Association". On the first I got a documentation field and in the second got a checkbox "Affects task".
I can't seem to find in the BPMN specs the section talking about target runtimes and the disallowing of specific unsupported elements. could you please point me to it if it is there? Or is it something you guys invented?
This is just for my information, I may end up needing it in my project.
Robert Brodt Messages: 539 Registered: August 2010 Location: Colorado Springs, CO
A "Target Runtime" is meant to encapsulate model extensions and provide custom rendering (Property Sheets, graphical shapes, etc.) for a specific BPMN2 execution engine. The jBPM runtime is an example of this. There are also two examples provided in the source code, although these are purely fictitious and serve only as mules to demonstrate various features of the editor's extension API.
The original editor project's mandate was that it be able to handle "generic BPMN 2.0" (whatever THAT is ) and that it be extensible and flexible enough (by way of plug-ins) to handle ANY BPMN 2.0 model subset and/or extensions. That's why we have this concept of a "Target Runtime".