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[jwt-dev] AW: an interesting project : "WebContent"

Hi Marc,

yes, this text seems fine to me. It's good to hear that Open Wide plans to
assist Bull in code generation for XPDL this summer! 
What requirements does WebContent actually have on JWT? Okay, they need a
process engine (JoNES), and they probably also want to model their
processes. Special aspects on these models or on the modeller itself? 

Best regards,


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Von: jwt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jwt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] Im
Auftrag von Marc Dutoo
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 9. Mai 2007 20:17
An: Java Workflow Toolbox
Betreff: [jwt-dev] [scorware] an interesting project : "WebContent"

Here is about the WebContent project.

About WebContent : (see also )

The WebContent project is mainly oriented toward Semantic Web, document
management (size issues, attachments), XML data integration and exchange,
peer to peer content management repositories, service and orchestration

Partners include EADS, CEA, INRA, INRIA.

WebContent and the JoNES project are considering working together. 
WebContent could provide requirements and scenarii about definition, access
to and orchestration of data and document management services.

WebContent and JWT :

JWT's partner project SCOrWare finds its roots in the JoNES ESB-oriented
project. The idea would be to propose JWT's features so as to provide a full
orchestration platform once the SCOrWare solution and BPM integration on
both sides (XPDL integration in JWT, now done by Bull, and in JoNES through
Bonita, expected to be done by Open Wide this summer).

If everybody is OK with this position, I'll send to them something along
those lines !

Marc Dutoo
Open Wide
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