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BPEL-Metamodel: Order in Sequence-Element [message #5401] Wed, 12 July 2006 08:38 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: c_lohmn.yahoo.com

Hi,

when looking at the BPEL.ecore file, I was wondering, if there is
support for exploring the order-relationship of the Activity-elements in
a Sequence-element.

I wanted to be able to get the succeeding Activity starting from a
certain Activity in a Sequence.

So I would have imagined to see something like "precedingActivity" and
"succeedingActivity" relationships for the Activity-element
(self-referring), but there is nothing like that.

Any comments on that?

TIA
Carsten
Re: BPEL-Metamodel: Order in Sequence-Element [message #5443 is a reply to message #5401] Mon, 14 August 2006 11:49 Go to previous message
James Moody is currently offline James Moody
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Carsten Lohmann wrote:
> Hi,
>
> when looking at the BPEL.ecore file, I was wondering, if there is
> support for exploring the order-relationship of the Activity-elements in
> a Sequence-element.
>
> I wanted to be able to get the succeeding Activity starting from a
> certain Activity in a Sequence.
>
> So I would have imagined to see something like "precedingActivity" and
> "succeedingActivity" relationships for the Activity-element
> (self-referring), but there is nothing like that.
>
> Any comments on that?
>
> TIA
> Carsten

Hi Carsten,

There is currently no support for this. Any support would have to go in
the sequence itself, of course, since activities might be contained
somewhere other than a sequence. It should be possible to introduce
helper methods that can get preceding or succeeding activities, if this
looks useful.

james
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