How to make a Visualizer in ProM 6?

jaclaesjaclaes Posts: 6
edited December 2011 in - Development

I want to make a plug-in which results in a colored BPMN-model.
- Are there already classes to represent a BPMN model?
- Is there already a visualizer for BPMN models?
- If not, how can I make my own BPMN model visualizer? I guess this is not documented: can it be easily explained in this forum? Are there good examples in ProM? Which classes can I use?

(I already managed to make a simple visualizer which draws on a JPanel, but I'm hoping to be able to reuse classes for zooming, exporting, drawing nodes and edges, etc.or copy from other examples like Heuristic Miner (but for HM I do not really find the code to start from))



Best Answer

  • aadriansaadrians Posts: 20
    Answer ✓
    Hi Jan, 

    To my knowledge, the BPMN package contains implementations of BPMN model/visualizer. You may want to check it out.



  • dianacdianac Posts: 17
    Do you need special permission to download other packages ? I always get an svn error when trying to checkout a package for example
  • JBuijsJBuijs Posts: 922
    You shouldn't, what error do you get?
    Joos Buijs

    Senior Data Scientist and process mining expert at APG (Dutch pension fund executor).
    Previously Assistant Professor in Process Mining at Eindhoven University of Technology
  • dianacdianac Posts: 17
    From the eclipse svn plugin I get just     svn: Malformed XML.

    From the command line tool: svn: The OPTIONS response did not include the requested activity-collection-set; this often means that the URL is not WebDAV-enable

  • dianacdianac Posts: 17
      svn: Repository moved permanently to '/trac/prom/Packages/BPMN/Trunk'; please relocate
    svn: OPTIONS request failed on '/trac/prom/Packages/BPMN/Trunk'

    The location I am trying to checkout is
  • dianacdianac Posts: 17
    Found it. The location was with repos/Packages
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