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Roman and Sebastian have written a brand new getting started guide for camunda and Java EE


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The guide is a detailed step-by-step tutorial about how to setup your Java EE 6 application for camunda BPM and BPMN. It has examples about how to use JSF for implementing Task Forms, CDI and EJB as a programming model for the business logic and JPA for custom persistence.

The source code of the tutorial can be found on GitHub. Since the guide is a step-by-step tutorial, you can checkout the source code for each step as a tag in git.

I hope you like the tutorial, please give us feedback in the forums and via @camundaBPM.

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