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JBoss and JWT project [message #23666] Fri, 22 December 2006 10:04
Florian Lautenbacher is currently offline Florian Lautenbacher
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Hi Koen,

may I first introduce myself: I'm Florian from the University of Augsburg,
Germany and one of the project leaders of the Sourceforge-project AgilPro
as well as the upcoming Eclipse-project JWT.

In AgilPro we are creating a business process modeller and desktop
simulation and we execute the processes using an adapter framework based
on jBoss jBPM (we currently invoke the components using the BPEL-extension
of jBPM). For further description of the AgilPro-project please refer to
www.agilpro.eu or http://sourceforge.net/projects/agilpro.

AgilPro will be one of the starting points of the JWT project. In JWT we
envision to provide both built-time and runtime generic tools for workflow
engines.
The workflow editor (WE) will be a visual tool for creating, managing and
reviewing process definitions. This is not just another modeling tool, but
it will provide an adaptable framework for different graphical
representations and XML notations.
The WAM (Workflow engine Administration and Monitoring tool) on the other
hand will be used to deploy and test a workflow in a workflow engine so to
handle an engine's process definition external repository, to load some
process definitions into a specific workflow engine, unload it, update it,
instantiate it, monitor the processes, and so on. Again,
we are aiming to provide a framework and tool suite for not only one, but
for different workflow engines (by providing generic APIs).

We are always looking forward for people and companies joining the JWT
project and who share the same vision that we have. Miguel told us that
you are responsible for the jBPM process modeller? Then your feedback
about our proposal (the newest version can be found at
http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/JWT_Proposal) is highly desired.

We are looking forward to hearing from you. For the moment I wish you a
merry christmas and best regards,

Florian Lautenbacher


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Dipl.-Inf. Florian Lautenbacher

Programming Distributed Systems Lab
Institute of Computer Science
University of Augsburg
Universitätsstr. 14
86135 Augsburg, Germany

phone: +49 (821) 598-3103
fax: +49 (821) 598-2175
e-mail: florian.lautenbacher@informatik.uni-augsburg.de
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Von: Valdes Faura Miguel [mailto:MIGUEL.VALDES-FAURA@BULL.NET]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 21. Dezember 2006 17:19
An: Florian Lautenbacher; Marc Dutoo
Cc: Koen Aers
Betreff: JBoss and JWT project


Hi guys

I would like to take the liberty of introducing you to Koen who is working
on the JBPM project together with Tom. Koen is really interested to join
the JWT IDE project (as an observator at the first time). Koen is
currently responsible for the JBPM Eclipse plugin in Jboss.

As project leaders of JWT I let you guys start a discussion with Koen on
that...

Please, keep me in CC of those mails...

Best Regards,

Miguel

Workflow Project Manager

Bull, Architect of an Open World TM
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