Deliverable: SUPER D6.2 Process Execution Engine First Prototype

Bibliography

Mihail Konstantinov, Tammo van Lessen, Federico Michele Facca, Walid Gaaloul, Gabriela Vulcu & Bernhard Schreder: “SUPER D6.2 Process Execution Engine First Prototype”, Sep. 2007.

Abstract

One of the main objectives of this deliverable is to describe how process models are instantiated and executed by SUPER Execution Engine. We present information on how the user can build and use the engine to execute BPEL4SWS process model, as well as the functionality it provides and example test scenarios. First, we give instructions on how the engine can be retrieved from SUPER source repository and how it can be built. Then we continue with the requirements the engine must satisfy. They are divided in two parts – functional and technical. The former are defined on conceptual level and are imposed by the role of the engine in the entire SUPER process and its relationships to other components. The latter are purely technology induced and are described as relations to other platforms, libraries, interfaces and tools. After presenting the requirements, we introduce the functionality provided by the engine and map it to the requirements in the previous section. To guide the user on how to utilize the provided functionality, we offer several test scenarios. Then we describe the use cases these test scenarios support. Finally the licensing scheme chosen is discussed, a short section on configuration of the engine is presented as well as an outlook of future development.

Links

Link http://www.ip-super.org/res/Deliverables/M18/D6.2.pdf

BibTeX

@techreport{SUPER-D6.2,
  author = {Konstantinov, Mihail and van Lessen, Tammo and Facca, Federico Michele and Gaaloul, Walid and Vulcu, Gabriela and Schreder, Bernhard},
  title = {SUPER D6.2 Process Execution Engine First Prototype},
  institution = {super},
  year = {2007},
  etype = {Deliverable},
  number = {D6.2},
  month = {sep},
  abstract = {One of the main objectives of this deliverable is to describe how process models are instantiated and executed by SUPER Execution Engine. We present information on how the user can build and use the engine to execute BPEL4SWS process model, as well as the functionality it provides and example test scenarios. First, we give instructions on how the engine can be retrieved from SUPER source repository and how it can be built. Then we continue with the requirements the engine must satisfy. They are divided in two parts – functional and technical. The former are defined on conceptual level and are imposed by the role of the engine in the entire SUPER process and its relationships to other components. The latter are purely technology induced and are described as relations to other platforms, libraries, interfaces and tools. After presenting the requirements, we introduce the functionality provided by the engine and map it to the requirements in the previous section. To guide the user on how to utilize the provided functionality, we offer several test scenarios. Then we describe the use cases these test scenarios support. Finally the licensing scheme chosen is discussed, a short section on configuration of the engine is presented as well as an outlook of future development.},
  editor = {Konstantinov, Mihail},
  ee = {http://taval.de/publications/SUPER-D6.2},
  owner = {vanto},
  timestamp = {2008.09.14},
  url = {http://taval.de/publications/SUPER-D6.2},
  version = {2.0}
}

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