jBPM is a flexible Business Process Management (BPM) platform that is written in Java. It provides a number of features for creating and executing business processes, including the ability to log information during the execution of a process.
To log information with jBPM, you can use the
log method of the
org.kie.api.runtime.KieSession interface, which is the main entry point for interacting with jBPM. The
log method takes a message and an optional level as arguments and writes the message to the process log.
Here is an example of how you can use the
log method in a jBPM process:
import org.kie.api.runtime.KieSession; // ... KieSession kieSession = // obtain a KieSession instance // log a message with the default level (INFO) kieSession.log("This is a log message"); // log a message with the WARN level kieSession.log("This is a warning message", Level.WARN);
By default, jBPM writes log messages to the console. You can also configure jBPM to write log messages to a file or send them to a logging backend, such as Log4j or Java Util Logging (JUL).
Besides, by default, all System.out commands will go on the default Logger.
How to configure the jBPM Logger verbosity
To configure the Logger verbosity in a JBPM application running in a Spring Boot Runtime, you can simply set the property logging.level for “org.jbpm” in the application.properties file of Spring Boot. For example:
On the other hand, to enable DEBUG of “org.jbpm” packages in a WildFly runtime, you can configure a Logger as follows:
<logger category="org.jbpm"> <level name="DEBUG"/> </logger>