Currently to test the processes (the processes all contain Java class type tasks), I connect to the Tomcat machine where the activiti-explorer webapp is installed. From Eclipse I connect in remote debug to the tomcat machine, and from activiti-explorer I start the process. This way I can debug the code.
If I don't want to use the activiti-explorer webapp, could I debug my code while staying on eclipse ? I was able to run a process from a test class using bees. But I can't debug the code. Once the process starts, Eclipse doesn't stop on my breakpoints
The problem is that to perform a debug test on my classes, every time I have to install the new jar in the activiti-explorer lib path, restart the tomcat and establish the remote connection from eclipse. This makes me waste a lot of time. For this I wanted to run the process with the api and use the brakpoints in eclipse, without using tomcat and the webapp.