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Re: [jwt-dev] Semantic annotation of business process models
- From: Marc Dutoo <marc.dutoo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 20 May 2011 17:28:12 +0200
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First a warm welcome to the JWT community !
The simplest way to add custom information on a JWT process model is by
using custom properties, see here (read the previous parts also) :
You can for example design a custom property "Semantic annotation" of
type String (actually containing semantic info, like OWL XML...) that
can be added to any element.
In addition, if you need to get it "out" of JWT, for instance to execute
it on a process engine, you then need to write or enrich a
transformation towards your chosen business process format.
JWT already has several transformations, as well as a stub project in
order to help creating your own, see in the svn here :
For instance if you want to have it as an XPDL business process that is
executable on the Bonita 4 engine, you can copy-paste the existing XPDL
transformation and add some XSL scripting that uses your semantic
annotations, for example to enrich said XPDL process.
Hope that gives you some ideas !
Le 19/05/2011 16:49, Ahmed Samir Saleh Wafa a écrit :
I am using JWT for my business process modelling and I am in a part of my bachelor thesis where I need to semantically annotate business process models with their resource requirements (the resources a process needs to be executed). Does anyone know what is the best way to do that ?? Any help or advice will be greatly appreciated =D
thanks a lot in advance,
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