An emerging class of Web applications is driving the evolution of the Web toward a Business System. These applications allow the participation of several actors to complex enterprise-wide (or even multi-enterprise) business processes and pose new challenges to the software designer and to the software architect. In this paper we show how, promoting an effective separation of concerns, a process modeling language and its enactment engine can be used in the modeling and in the implementation of process-aware Web applications.

Designing and architecting process-aware Web applications with EPML

ROSSI, DAVIDE;TURRINI, ELISA
2008

Abstract

An emerging class of Web applications is driving the evolution of the Web toward a Business System. These applications allow the participation of several actors to complex enterprise-wide (or even multi-enterprise) business processes and pose new challenges to the software designer and to the software architect. In this paper we show how, promoting an effective separation of concerns, a process modeling language and its enactment engine can be used in the modeling and in the implementation of process-aware Web applications.
Proceedings of the 2008 ACM symposium on Applied computing
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D. Rossi; E. Turrini
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