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service discovery in bpmn designer [message #587418] Fri, 06 April 2007 14:12
Kagan Turgut is currently offline Kagan Turgut
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Registered: July 2009
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disclaimer: i am just getting warned up with the bpmn designer.

i went through the first few tutorials where it describes importing a
wsdl to bring it to the diagrammer.

our mda platform generates a bunch of plugins with Java classes which we
plan to expose as services, preferably using SCA to give us flexibility
in binding.
(i could also generate wsdl if that is the only way to go at this point?)

i want to be able to pre-configure process definitions that talk to my
generated services to drastically minimize the work that otherwise the
user will have to do.

what is the best way to expose these services automatically in the bpmn
designer?

reading ismael's blog
(http://itredux.com/blog/2007/04/04/get-your-bpmn-schema- today/) i
understand that there is now a model file that is saved that is purely
about the process definitions. but in the version (4.0.0.8) i downloaded
from intalio web site, I can't locate such a file.

Ideally these process definitions are modeled in EMF and saved as XML
file. That would make our life a lot easier.

Thanks in advance,

Kagan Turgut
www.brane.com
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