How to run Token Plugin


#1

In order to test my BPMN model, which was created in Camunda Modeler V 3.0.1, the token plugin was downloaded from https://github.com/bpmn-io/bpmn-js-token-simulation-plugin and copied into the plugins directory of Camund Modeler: C:\Program Files\camunda-modeler-3.0.1-win-x64\plugins\bpmn-js-token-simulation-plugin-master. As the plugins directory did not exist I just created a new one.

Following the How to Use description on GitHub (https://github.com/bpmn-io/bpmn-js-token-simulation-plugin) the token plugin should work after restarting the Camunda Modeler. Unfortunately there is no Token Plugin after restarting my Camunda Modeler.

Is there something I missed in the installation process?
Do I need to activate the plugin also in the Camunda Modeler?
Thanks in advance.


#2

According to the project README - token simulation works with version 2.2.x of the modeler. I’m not sure if it’s been updated for version 3 @philippfromme would know :slight_smile:


#3

Make sure the plugin is not inside a nested folder inside the plugins folder. Usually, after unzipping the downloaded repository it is inside a nested folder and therefore will not be found.


#4

Thank you both for your responses. That’s how it looks in my progam folder: The unzipped plugin is in the plugins folder…

Unfortunately it does not work.
Do I need to do more that just download, unzip and restart?
Could it be the version which does not work or which is not compatible with the Camunda Modeler?


#5

Your directory should look like this:

Can you check if that works?


#6

Hi Philipp, yes this works.
I already checked the solution of your answer from June 13.
Best regards.