Java Workflow Tooling (JWT)
Eclipse SOA's Java Workflow Tooling project (JWT) provides design time, development time and runtime workflow tools. It also fosters interoperability between Business Process Management (BPM) platforms and integration in Information Systems thanks to Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).
Community and Development
- June, 28th 2017: JWT 1.7 has been upgraded to and bundled with the latest Eclipse Oxygen yearly release.
- June, 22nd 2016: JWT 1.6 has been released, now providing Java 8 support and bundled with the latest Eclipse Neon yearly release.
- June, 24th 2015: JWT 1.5 has been released, along with the latest Eclipse Mars yearly release that it has been upgraded to.
- June, 25th 2014: JWT 1.4 has been released, along with the latest Eclipse Luna yearly release, with a special focus on stability.
- June, 26th 2013: JWT 1.3 has been released, along with the latest Eclipse Kepler yearly release. One good news following the other, it provides the most expected BPMN view!
- March, 25rd 2013: At Eclipse Con US 2013 in Boston, a few slides (35-37) about JWT integration with the EasySOA Registry service-oriented governance solution (report) were shown in the SOA Symposium presented by Marc Gille (Sungard, Stardust BPM), Adrian Mos (Xerox, Mangrove) and Bob Brodt (Red Hat, BPMN2 modeler). , we furthered our Models as Operational Documentations showcase, and demonstrated integration of Talend with EasySOA and at a wider level of SOA design-time and runtime registries.
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