I’m new using flowable engine with a spring project and I’m making a process that use a “TimerCatchEvent” configured with a time duration of PT20S between two tasks.
After I create a process instance, the 1st task is executed and go to the TimerCatchEvent.
The process keep waiting and nothing happens.
I found a register into “ACT_RU_TIMER_JOB”, checked the “DUEDATE_” cell value and is expired.
But, if I configure the flowable task project and deploy in tomcat, the flowable task manage to read the ACT_RU_TIMER_JOB and continue the task execution.
It’s possible to have that behavior inside my spring project without using the flowable task project deployed on tomcat?
Sorry if I’m missing something basic.
I appreciate any help.