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The Workflow Editor (WE) is a visual tool for creating, managing and
reviewing process definitions
The Desktop Tools enable the simulation of processes without the need of a process engine
Building on a transformation base plugin it is possible to transform the JWT-model into BPMN (and vice versa)
and to generate XPDL-code. It is also possible to export the JWT model to
other representations such as STP-IM.
Workflow Administration and Monitoring (WAM)
is used for deploying and testing workflows in a workflow engine i.e. handle an engine's
process definition repository by loading / unloading / updating / instantiating / monitoring process definitions and
performing mappings among participant definitions and real users and among application definitions and tool agents
Runtime Tools provide the user with all kinds of tools to
adapt a workflow at runtime.