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YAWL and Windows 10

Postby cjrowe » Sun Jan 10, 2016 4:22 pm

Hi everyone...I'm teaching a Business Process Modelling course this winter and I'm using YAWL. I've been using it for a few years and it seems to work pretty well. This semester I have a few students who are using Windows 10. They cannot seem to get the Resource Service running. Does anyone have any tips or tricks for running the Resource Service with Windows 10?

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Chris Rowe
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Re: YAWL and Windows 10

Postby michael » Thu May 19, 2016 11:09 pm

I'm not aware of any issue running YAWL on Windows 10 - everything works as expected in testing on that OS. Please update to the latest version and try again.
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Re: YAWL and Windows 10

Postby wolandscat » Tue Jun 21, 2016 5:17 pm

Hi I just downloaded YAWL 4.1 for the first time to install on Windows 10. One thing that is not clear is whether the build is a 64-bit or 32-bit build. This matters on Windows 10 because the former go into /program files while the latter into /program files(x86). I guess I will assume it is a 32-bit build, since there is only one, but it might be an idea to document this more clearly.
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Re: YAWL and Windows 10

Postby wolandscat » Tue Jun 21, 2016 5:44 pm

Another problem with my new installation on Windows 10 / Dell XPS 15 (quad core i7): when I press 'start' on the YAWL control panel, it takes around 2 minutes for anything to happen. When it finally does, I see a small splash screen with 'YAWL Control Panel 4.1 (build 378)' and the status indicator goes yellow with 'Engine is Starting'. It remains like this indefinitely.

I have installed it in the usual Windows area /program files(x86) (with admin privileges); does the console need to be run as administrator as well? I tried this, but the effect seemed to be the same.

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Re: YAWL and Windows 10

Postby michael » Thu Sep 29, 2016 5:28 pm

YAWL is deployed as java bytecode, and is run in whatever JVM version you have installed.
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