I created a table (which contains solution specific information i.e not related flowable) in the same database that is being used by flowable. After that i am facing some issues which running flowable appliaction.
Please let me know if flowable allows us to create our own table in the database
We deployed flowable in our kubernetes cluster as a separate deployment which is connected to a Mysql instance. This instance has a database named ‘xyz’ this database is used by flowable deployment.
We implemented another microservice (task-service) which is a wrapper around flowable. This wrapper service created a Table named ‘VARIABLES’ in ‘xyz’ database. It will make calls to flowable deployment (via in-cluster calls) and also perform some SELECT and INSERT queries on ‘xyz’ database.
After performing load test we got an error in flowable deployment (we restarted the deployment) logs
Unable to start web server; nested exception is org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanCreationException: Error creating bean with name ‘servletEndpointRegistrar’
Hence my wrapper service is not working.
No matter how many times I deployed the flowable I got the same error, that’s when i cleared everything in ‘xyz’ database and deployed flowable again. Now everything is working fine.
That’s when i got this question whether flowable allows us to create our own tables or not