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Activiti User Guide

After downloading the Activiti distribution zip file from the Activiti website, follow these steps to get the demo setup running with default settings. You'll need a working Java runtime [http://java.sun.com/javase/ downloads/index.jsp] and Ant [http://ant.apache.org/bindownload.cgi] installation. • Unzip the Activiti distribution zip file. • Open up a terminal window and navigate to the setup folder in the unzipped folder. • Type ant demo.start and hit enter. • When the script finishes, it starts up all the Activiti webapps in your browser. Login with kermit/kermit. That's it! If you want to know more about what actually happened in the steps above, read the longer version. You can also start learning all about Activiti and BPMN 2.0 in the ten minute tutorial.
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