You can use the Docker image
camunda/zeebe-tasklist:latest to run Tasklist as container.
Please make sure to set appropriate settings described in configuration section of deployment guide.
Here an example configuration for
Here, we’ll walk you through how to download and run a Tasklist distribution manually, without using Docker.
Note that the Tasklist web UI is available by default at http://localhost:8080, so please be sure this port is available.
Note that each version of Tasklist is compatible with a specific version of Zeebe.
On the Zeebe release page, compatible versions of Zeebe and Tasklist are grouped together. Please be sure to download and use compatible versions. This is handled for you if you use the Docker profile from our repository.
Tasklist uses open-source Elasticsearch as its underlying data store, and so to run Tasklist, you need to download and run Elasticsearch.
Tasklist is currently compatible to Elasticsearch 6.8.13. You can download Elasticsearch here.
To run Elasticsearch, execute the following commands in Terminal or another command line tool of your choice:
You’ll know Elasticsearch has started successfully when you see a message similar to:
To run Zeebe with Elasticsearch Exporter, execute the following commands:
You’ll know Zeebe has started successfully when you see a message similar to:
To run Tasklist, execute the following commands:
You’ll know Tasklist has started successfully when you see messages similar to:
The Tasklist web interface is available at http://localhost:8080.
The first screen you'll see is a sign-in page. Use the credentials
demo to sign in.
If you already have some user tasks in Zeebe you can see these on the left panel in the start screen: