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[Fwd: Re: JWT] [message #22976] Fri, 04 August 2006 18:19
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Message-ID: <446A0EFD.1020306@openwide.fr>
Date: Tue, 16 May 2006 19:42:21 +0200
From: Marc Dutoo <marc.dutoo@openwide.fr>
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To: Fabrice Dewasmes <fabrice.dewasmes@openwide.fr>,
"Frans Thamura @ Meruvian Ex Temptation" <frans@meruvian.com>
Subject: Re: JWT
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Hi Frans

JWT aims to provide a technology-independant business process tooling
platform.

This independance is actually what makes it different from other similar
initiatives, such as Eclipse STP's BPEL or BPMN projects.

As a matter of fact, it means it will be able to support XPDL (which is
Shark's busines process language) and not be limited to the more
restricted BPEL standard.

Similarly, it will be able to support several different representation
models, including the well-known BPMN standard but also other, more
business-specific ones.

For now JWT gathers a few core partners from among the world and their
initial core contributions. As Fabrice said, we've had some difficulties
mostly on organisational level, but we're now trying to gain momentum
again. Some new partners, both companies and academics, should help us
towards this goal.

Best regards

Marc Dutoo
Open Wide

Fabrice Dewasmes wrote:

> Hi,
>
> JWT is about tooling whereas Shark is about runtime. Both tools are
> really complementary as JWT aims to enable one to graphically design
> a workflow that would be deployable and testable in shark, all this
> from JWT.
>
> By now we have had difficulties in finding the right place for us to
> create the project within eclipse. We also have had lots of
> discussions with large companies which could help this project become
> concrete. I'm sure JWT is going to make a lot of sense in eclipse
> really and i'm looking forward to seeing the project release its
> first milestone. (This is to give you some pressure Marc ;))
>
> Marc is taking the lead on this project now and feel free to contact
> him if you're in need of informations.
>
> Best regards,
>
> Fabrice
>
> Quoting "Frans Thamura @ Meruvian Ex Temptation" <frans@meruvian.com>:
>
>> HI there
>>
>> Can i know, what is the different between JWT and Shark(Objectweb)
>>
>> we use Shark here.
>>
>> FRans
>
>
>
>



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