haven't seen it but looks interesting. However I am not sure if DITA
goes in the direction we want to go.
By the way, IBM does already offer a BPML designer called "IBM WebSphere
Business Modeler" which is the non-techie companion to "IBM WebSphere
Business Integration Developer".
A domain expert/process engineer models his processes using BPML (more
or less) with Modeler, does an export to BPEL for the developer who uses
WID (Integration Developer) to add technical stuff, wire partner links
etc. The completed process definition is then deployed to the WebSphere
Process Server (based on WSAS 6.0).
I like our approach better of having just one tool with different
representations - that way a non-techie can use his favorite
representation and when the process is further used by a developer, he
can change the representation and add technical stuff, so no complicated
export/import and roundtrip engineering is needed.
I happen to use these IBM tools at the moment in a workflow project.
Hopefully I can use and share my further experience to make JWT a
This is an Eclipse based tool that manages documentation with single source approach using DITA standard. It provides extensive support of Eclipse help generation and handles a lot of Eclipse help single source generation issues like cross-plugin link generation control, pulling topic title on level of help contexts and s.o.
It also has set of special features for producing Eclipse help and integration with RCP application and RCP application development process. Take a look on following blog-post for more details: