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jBPM jPDL is a process language targetted for the Java platform. It includes a graphical designer, the runtime engine and a web console. Main focus of the process language is a clean integration with plain Java and task management. The jPDL runtime engine and database can be easily integrated within your project. Note that other process languages like e.g. BPEL are made available in the jBPM platform as a separate package.

 

The thing you just HAVE to try out is the new email integration. It took us quite a while to find a good template language that could mix static email content with dyncamic process variables content. After the integration of the JSF expression language, it was an obvious consequence that we would reuse that expression language for our email integration.

 

Step 1) -- Thou shall download and try out jBPM jPDL 3.2.Alpha1 --

 

Step 2) If you still didn't click and install the download, put on your hypnotizing-voice, do some magical handwaiving and goto step 1.

 

Here's my current schedule:

  • 28-29 SEP : WfMC meeting : Mainz, Germany : The WfMC Standards Tutorial is adjacent to the Business Process Management 2006 event.
  • 16 OCT : open.BPM 2006 : Hamburg, Germany : an academic workshop organised at the university of Hamburg. Both academics and practitioners will be present. I'll be speaking about how BPM Systems relate to BPM and give an update on current state and future of workflow management systems.
  • 24 OCT : Enterprise SOA Conference : Brussels, Belgium : a BeJUG event. I'll be speaking about JBI, ESB and orchestration.
  • 20-22 NOV : JBossWorld Berlin : Berlin, Germany : I'll be having a great time, that's for sure. I hope you can join us.
  • 11-15 DEC : JavaPolis 2006 : Antwerp, Belgium : Great conference. Don't miss it !
I want to make the most out of my travel. So if you want to meet me in one of these places for a chat or a drink, drop me a line at tom dot baeyens at jboss dot com.