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From "Alex Boisvert" <boisv...@intalio.com>
Subject Re: Can I use ode under eclipse's bpel designer ?
Date Fri, 29 Jun 2007 19:41:52 GMT
AFAIK, the Eclipse BPEL Designer should work, provided that you a) write
your own deployment descriptor and b) package your process and deploy them
manually.   There may be some minor interoperability issues but I'm sure we
can iron those out pretty quickly.   Any takers for writing a plugin to
package + deploy directly to Ode?

A free alternative is the Intalio Designer (http://bpms.intalio.com) that
uses the BPMN notation and generates BPEL + WSDL that's 100% compatible with
Apache Ode.  It can package and deploy processes directly to Apache Ode when
using the Axis2 IL.


On 6/29/07, Manolo Gomez Lopez <performante@gmail.com> wrote:
> I was writing the same question at the moment I received this message ;-)
> OK, apache ode seems to be a great product, I tried to write my own bpel
> processes and modifying my WSDL's to accomodate partnerlinktypes, but I'm
> sure you will agree with me this is far from neither easy nor intuitive,
> lots of namespaces out there... ;-)
> I also tried to use Eclipse Bpel designer, but with little success, seems
> to
> be still in early stages of development, and still it isn't intuitive
> enough.
> Do you use any graphical designer for writing your BPEL processes to be
> deployed on Apache ODE?
> Is there any tool out there wich generates BPEL files compatible with
> Apache
> ODE?
> 2007/6/29, Van Caesar <fanbaster@gmail.com>:
> >
> > I need an environment to use ode, design .bpel and .wsdl, then compile
> it.
> >
> > I don't know if eclipse's bpel designer can do it. I download a bpel
> > designer, but I found that it's web service engine is Axis 1.3.
> >
> > So I want to know whether it is useful or not. And if ode has his own
> > compiled environment, it is better to have a graphic
> > developed  environment.
> > I think we can't write .bpel or .wsdl by handiwork. It is too original.
> >
> > --
> > Van Caesar
> >

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