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May 4, 2012 – BPEL Designer version 1.0 Release Review Declared Successful! Spontaneous dancing in the streets ensues...
The update site now contains version 1.0 of the BPEL Designer.
The previous version 0.8.0 is still available here.
May the 4th be with you.
April 12, 2012 – BPEL Designer is graduating!
OK, so we missed the M6 milestone by a year, but a version 1.0 release review is finally in the works
and is scheduled for the week of April 23, 2012 with a conclusion target date of May 2.
Please refer to the
review documentation for details.
Now it's time to reset the
milestone plan and figure out
where we want to be a year from now. Please post your suggestions and comments
on the BPEL Forum
or the developer mailing list.
Mar. 10, 2011 – Updated extension activity samples.
Several of you in the community have been asking about extension activities and how to
more fully integrate them with the editor.
The updated sample code includes extended property section tabs for the simple and
structured extension activities as well as exemplary code demonstrating how to handle
references to the existing BPEL model.
The sample plug-ins can be found here in the
Feb. 15, 2011 – Proposal for UI enhancements.
One of our committers has been busy thinking about how to improve the BPEL Designer user experience.
Read all about it