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  • 1.  Deploy BAMOE as a Spring Boot Application

    Posted Fri June 02, 2023 09:37 AM

    Under RHPAM we were able to deploy KIE / Decisions as a Spring Boot application. We used a kie-server-spring-boot-starter. Artifacts were available from the 


    Where are the BAMOE artefacts kept now? 

    Could not find Spring Boot details in the documentation.

    Tony Harrison

  • 2.  RE: Deploy BAMOE as a Spring Boot Application

    Posted Tue June 06, 2023 09:34 AM


    I think it must be this:

    Jose Antonio Medina Medina

  • 3.  RE: Deploy BAMOE as a Spring Boot Application

    Posted Tue June 20, 2023 10:15 AM

    To deploy BAMOE (Business Application Model for Office Equipment) as a Spring Boot application, you can follow these steps:

    1. Set up a Spring Boot project: Start by creating a new Spring Boot project using your preferred IDE or build tool, such as Maven or Gradle.

    2. Include necessary dependencies: Add the required dependencies to your project's build configuration file (pom.xml for Maven or build.gradle for Gradle). Include the Spring Boot starter dependencies, such as spring-boot-starter-web, spring-boot-starter-data-jpa, and any other dependencies specific to BAMOE.

    3. Configure application properties: Configure the necessary properties in your or application.yml file. This typically includes specifying the database connection details, server port, and any other required configuration specific to BAMOE.

    4. Develop the BAMOE application: Write your BAMOE application logic, including the business rules, data models, and API endpoints. Create the necessary classes and packages according to your application's requirements.

    5. Build and package the application: Build your Spring Boot application using your IDE or build tool. This will generate a packaged JAR or WAR file that contains your application and its dependencies.

    6. Deploy the application: Deploy the generated JAR or WAR file to a suitable environment for execution, such as a web server or cloud platform. This can be done by following the deployment instructions specific to your chosen deployment environment.

    7. Start the application: Start the deployed Spring Boot application, either through the web server or by executing the JAR/WAR file. Monitor the application logs to ensure it starts successfully without any errors.

    8. Test the application: Access the endpoints of your BAMOE application using the provided URLs or API routes. Use appropriate testing techniques to verify that the application is functioning correctly and meeting the desired requirements.

    By following these steps, you should be able to deploy BAMOE as a Spring Boot application and begin utilizing its functionalities.

    Muhammad Amjad

  • 4.  RE: Deploy BAMOE as a Spring Boot Application

    Posted Mon July 31, 2023 12:19 PM

    As Far as I know The repository was kept offline so it is not publicly available. Just look in the download site of BAMOE as the offline repository should be provided there.

    Enrique González Martínez