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How can I validate a bpel model instance using Eclipse.org BPEL code? [message #6981] Tue, 27 February 2007 00:48 Go to next message
Alex Le is currently offline Alex Le
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Thanks.
Re: How can I validate a bpel model instance using Eclipse.org BPEL code? [message #7010 is a reply to message #6981] Tue, 27 February 2007 02:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: nomail.nomail.com

I second this request. I've found web-pages that say IBM has written
extensive BPEL validation and it was implied (but not explicitely stated)
that it would be added to the Eclipse project. So far I have not seen any
validation code in the BPEL CVS repository. Does anyone know if this
validation code has been added to Eclipse and if so, where it can be found?

Thanks,
Roger
Re: How can I validate a bpel model instance using Eclipse.org BPEL code? [message #7056 is a reply to message #7010] Wed, 28 February 2007 02:26 Go to previous message
Michal Chmielewski is currently offline Michal Chmielewski
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There is currently no validator that is checked in and part of the BPEL
editor.

One is being worked on.

In due time, it will appear there ... about 70% done.

-m
Roger wrote:
> I second this request. I've found web-pages that say IBM has written
> extensive BPEL validation and it was implied (but not explicitely
> stated) that it would be added to the Eclipse project. So far I have
> not seen any validation code in the BPEL CVS repository. Does anyone
> know if this validation code has been added to Eclipse and if so, where
> it can be found?
>
> Thanks,
> Roger
>
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