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JWT in Eclipse Galileo [message #28252] Tue, 30 June 2009 09:58 Go to next message
Florian Lautenbacher is currently offline Florian Lautenbacher
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JWT version 0.6 has been release together with the yearly release train
Eclipse Galileo. There are now several articles available that describe
JWT:

* An article on IBM developerWorks including an interview with JWT project
co-lead Marc:
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/library/os-ecli pse-galileo/index.html

* Blog by Ian Skerrett about the freshmen projects as part of Galileo:
http://ianskerrett.wordpress.com/2009/06/19/galileo-freshman -project-4-java-workflow-tooling-jwt/

* A German interview with one of the two project co-leads Florian about
the goals of the project:
http://it-republik.de/jaxenter/news/Geschaeftsprozesse-model lieren-mit-Java-Workflow-Tooling-049616.html

* A German press release from the University of Augsburg about JWT in
Galileo: http://www.uni-augsburg.de/de/upd/2009/2009_123/index.html.

Please find more articles on our press page of the Wiki
(http://wiki.eclipse.org/JWT_Press). Best regards,

Florian
Re: JWT in Eclipse Galileo [message #425760 is a reply to message #28252] Thu, 30 July 2009 09:35 Go to previous message
Florian Lautenbacher is currently offline Florian Lautenbacher
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Just as a short add-on to this announcement: the announcement of one of
the standalone RCP-applications on top of JWT:

It's already a while since the newest release of Eclipse with codename
Galileo has been released. This contained the newest version of the Java
Workflow Tooling (JWT) project. JWT is also the basis of the AgilPro
project which is a standalone RCP application that integrates all plugins
of the JWT release 0.6 but also additional features such as a
BPEL-codegeneration or a simulation of the processes.

Therefore, I am happy to announce that the newest version of AgilPro
(v1.6.0) has been released and is now available on SourceForge. The
AgilPro tool suite can be downloaded under the GPL at
https://sourceforge.net/projects/agilpro.

The new features of JWT have been described in an IBM developerWorks
article [1], the project JWT has been summarized by Ian Skerrett (Eclipse
Foundation) in his blog [2] and there was also an article about JWT in the
German speaking Eclipse magazine [3].

The most important features of JWT 0.6 and also of AgilPro 1.6.0 are new
views, e.g. UML activity diagrams or Event-driven process chains (EPC),
BPMN interoperability, several new code generations (e.g. XPDL) and the
collaboration with the friend SOA Tools Plattform (STP) project by
integration of an STP-IM-transformation and building an own SOA-focused
integrator named Scarbo as part of the OW2 consortium. Quite important for
the last release was also the aspect-oriented extension mechanism that is
now part of JWT which allows vendors to easily extend the JWT metamodel.

As last time, I'd like to say thanks to the whole project team for their
support and assistance!

If you have any feedback or comments, please don't hesitate to publish
them as a bug on the Eclipse Bugzilla (see www.eclipse.org/jwt) or contact
us here.

Florian Lautenbacher

-JWT project co-lead & AgilPro development team-


[1]
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/library/os-ecli pse-galileo/index.html
[2]
http://ianskerrett.wordpress.com/2009/06/19/galileo-freshman -project-4-java-workflow-tooling-jwt/
[3]
http://www.informatik.uni-augsburg.de/lehrstuehle/swt/vs/pub likationen/veroeffentlichungen/2009_eclipsemag1/
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