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Re: [jwt-dev] Simulation tools, etc.

Hi Eric

Well, as it states, you have to use JWT 1.0 source code, whose tag is at .
However, if you use JWT 1.0, we'll be less able to patch problems that you may encounter.
Alternatives are : waiting for a new AgilPro, writing a JWT 1.1 to 1.0 model transformation (using the existing 1.0 to 1.1 transfo as basis)...


Le 18/07/2011 19:53, Eric Phetteplace a écrit :
Hi Chris,

I am using JWT 1.1.  I downloaded AgilPro from sourceforge.  When I try to run a workflow, AgilPro states "The file was created using version 1.1.0.  The current version is 1.0.0.  The file update failed due to an unknown error!"  So AgilPro, as it exists in SourceForge, is not usable with the latest JWT release.

What's the correct source for using with JWT 1.1?  


On Mon, Jul 18, 2011 at 9:31 AM, Christian Saad <christian.saad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi Eric,

the versioning schemes of AgilPro and JWT differ. AgilPro version is always 1 higher than the respective JWT. Important parts of the AgilPro tutorial can be found e.g. here:
On the integration of AP and OW2, I'm unfortunately not sure, but maybe Marc has some comments on that.


Am 16.07.2011 14:52, schrieb Eric Phetteplace:

I'm starting down the path of testing my JWT workflows with AgilPro, but
it's not progressing.

First, sourceforge downloads are for JWT 1.0.  Second, svn apparently
doesn't have the latest versions (news talks about version 1.5, but svn
only has up to 1.3).  Third, I tried to connect to the documentation
<> but

I can neither log in nor create an account.

Should I bother with AgilPro?  Is it easy enough to test with OW2?


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