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BPEL4WSBusiness Process Execution Language for Web Services (BEA, IBM, Microsoft)
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The Web services community has proposed different Web services composition languages such as BPEL4WS [7], WSFL (Web Service Flow Language) [5], ebXML [3] for the interoperability of business process.
TWSO constructs are intended to be embedded in arbitrary (as far as possible) orchestration technologies, like XPDL, BPEL4WS or Java.
Another motivation to use BPEL4WS is that BPEL4WS is a general agreed standard for service composition.
With this new initiative, Magic Software will further its awareness of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) solutions from a variety of vendors that can be seamlessly integrated into existing and new business processes using its iBOLT Integration Suite, the company's BPEL4WS compliant business process integration solution.
The recently introduced Dralasoft BPEL (Business Process Execution Language) Orchestrator provides extensive tools to build and automate business processes that use Web services based on the BPEL4WS standard.
The BPMN specification also provides a binding between the notation's graphical elements and the constructs of block-structured process execution languages, including BPML and BPEL4WS.
For ease of readability by business users, BPMN follows the tradition of flowcharting and swimlane notations while still providing the mapping to the executable constructs as defined in BPEL4WS.
The suite is now fully compliant with the OASIS BPEL4WS 1.
In addition, BPMN bridges the technical gap between business-level modeling and process operations, through a close mapping to modern execution technologies based on languages such as BPEL4WS.
In addition, business models tie more closely to implementation through the addition of BPEL4WS (Business Process Execution Language for Web Services) round-trip engineering support.