The Eclipse JWT project aims to provide both build-time and runtime generic tools for workflow engines. It will initially be composed of two tools, WE (Workflow Editor) and WAM (Workflow engine Administration and Monitoring tool). JWT also aims to provide generic APIs for defining and administrating business processes, in order to achieve said genericity.
WE (Workflow Editor) will be a visual tool for creating, managing and reviewing process definitions. Straightforward and simple, WE will let users quickly create workflow process definitions, check and store them for further use. Once a process definition is proved valid, it can be imported/referenced into new ones, thus shortening the time and effort needed to define the workflow process. WE provides several views: for business managers to change the control flow of a process, for technical experts to invoke services, or others.
WAM (Workflow engine Administration and Monitoring tool) will be used to deploy and test a workflow in a workflow engine so to handle an engine's process definition external repository, to load some process definitions into a specific Workflow Engine, unload it, update it, instantiate it, monitor the Workflow Engines processes, perform mappings among participant definitions and real users, and among application definitions and tool agents.
|1.7.0 Release Review||2017-06-21|
|1.6.0 Release Review||2016-06-01|
|1.5.0 Release Review||2015-06-10|
|1.4.0 Release Review||2014-06-11|
|1.3.0 Release Review||2013-06-12|
|1.2.0 Release Review||2012-06-13|
|1.1.0 Release Review||2011-06-08|
|1.0.0 Release Review||2010-06-11|
|Move to SOA||2010-03-17|
|0.7.0 Release Review||2009-12-16|
|0.6.0 Release Review||2009-06-10|
|0.5.0 Release Review||2008-10-29|
|0.4.0 Release Review||2008-02-27|